News (and other musings)
Good doers and keeping trim this Summer!
All that rain, then bright sun, and the fields are looking green green green! This weather is great for gardeners, and essential for farmers, but not so appreciated by many horse owners. Do you have a good doer or maybe a Laminitis prone pony?
Approval from Germany (review by Alessa Neuner)
Not only were we of course very happy to read that Alessa is so pleased with her hay feeders, but we then ended up spending a few very enjoyable hours (and more since) reading through her other blog posts and scrolling through her beautiful photos! Take a look!
“Why not to feed from a haynet” (video)
“Why not to feed from a haynet” – We recently came across a brilliant video made Lucy Bounden of Animal Spine, and we agree with all her comments wholeheartedly! However, many people have concerns about feeding on the floor too, so the mentioned ‘suitable container’ is surely the best option?
Why is Colic the most common emergency callout?
Colic cases make up a large percentage (sometimes up to 30%) of emergency callouts at veterinary practices nationwide, but why is colic so frequently seen? There are many reasons your horse can get colic, but one of the most common causes is a lifestyle that doesn’t cater for natural feeding habits.
No grass? No problem! (video)
This little guy has to live with restricted grass, but he doesn’t have to live with restricted grazing. His Eazigrazer hay feeder lets him graze all day and night, just as nature intended. He is one happy and healthy pony despite his reasons for needing restricted access to grass. Just listen to that sigh…
Frosty grass – beware of Laminitis
Laminitis prone pony? Why is frosty grass a problem? The Laminitis Site summarise the issue well in their article ‘Frosty Grass = High Sugar!’. Eazigrazer hay feeder provides essential grazing behaviour whatever the weather. The easy way to keep your horse or pony happy and healthy this winter!