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04 November,2018

6 Reasons you need to vaccinate your horse

Do you vaccinate your horse? Statistics on how many people vaccinate their horses is quite limited, and it is estimated […]

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News
04 October,2018

Soaking Hay Versus Steaming Hay

As we get ever closer to winter in the Northern Hemisphere, horse owners can look forward to months of reliance […]

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Guest
23 May,2018

The Biochemistry of Itch

Imagine my joy when I arrived to ride my horse last summer and was confronted with this!  I had recently […]

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Hay Bale
13 April,2018

Helping Your Veteran Horse Get Over The Winter

With spring definitely getting a grip now, worn out horse owners can take a little respite from the hard work […]

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Guest
19 March,2018

Laminitis is a common condition affecting many horses worldwide

LAMINITIS: 90% Metabolism / 10% Foot Although it finally affects the feet the problem begins in the metabolism of the […]

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Hay Bale
06 January,2018

How To Deal With Colic In Horses

Being in the depths of winter means our horses are likely to be spending more time stabled than roaming around […]

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Friends
13 December,2017

Sugar Cubes Good or Bad?

Treats to give your horse this Christmas without all the sugar! We all love treats once in a while right? […]

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Guest
28 November,2017

Naughty or struggling? Can you tell the difference?

Our horses rarely wake up in the morning, and think “today I will be really naughty…today I will only canter […]

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Guest
26 November,2017

What Not To Feed Your Horse

Working in Partnership with Country & Stable Diet is incredibly important for horses, but they can’t just eat anything. They […]

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News
20 November,2017

How Can You Make Your Rural Business Standout This Christmas by Rhea Freeman

Haynets new podcast series has had a popular reception and our library is slowly building with Rhea and Sams help and […]

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News
09 November,2017

Equine Post-Trauma Care Needs A Radical Rethink

Two to six weeks is the ‘Golden Time’ after a traumatic incident such as a transportation accident when a horse […]

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