News (and other musings)
We’re back….! Onwards and upwards!
After a few months without a manufacturer, we’re very relieved to be able to say our Eazigrazer hay feeders are once again available to buy! Sadly our previous manufacturer went into administration without being able to give us warning, so we’ve spent the last few months setting up with a new manufacturer (cont’d)
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at Eazigrazer! Wishing you a wonderful time with both your two and four legged family and friends. Be sure to celebrate with an extra carrot or two!
Why are cold nights a problem?
We’re getting some lovely sunny mornings, but they are following some very cold nights, and that’s unfortunately the perfect recipe for Laminitis. Even if there hasn’t been a frost, it’s a good idea to feed extra hay in the field on days like this. ‘The Laminitis Site’ explain the reason why.
Sycamore – new test available for owners
There are sycamore seeds all over around us at the moment. We are removing any we find, and we’re feeding extra hay, but the possibility of Atypical Myopathy is still very worrying. The AM factfile from the RVS contains some really useful information, and it was also news to us about the test mentioned.
Why Eazigrazer helps prevent COPD
It’s well known that high level feeding from haynets can hinder correct respiratory function, but providing loose hay on the floor can mean more hay is trampled into bedding than is eaten. So is a low level hay manger the ideal solution? Not necessarily. Read why!
Wasp nest danger – please read
Poor horse. And owner. We get wasps in our wooden stables every year. If you see any wasps at all, take a minute to stand still and watch where they go. You will soon see if they are all heading in one direction.