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16 November,2017

Lack of selenium might be behind crib-biting in horses, research suggests

Crib-biting in horses might be related to a lack of trace element selenium in their diets, fresh research suggests. The […]

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15 November,2017

Fancy An Evening With The Stars?

This month, an exclusive group of celebrity equestrians will gather for the return of a very special charity event in […]

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15 November,2017

Grooms on the edge as equestrian industry bullying revealed

Workplace bullying, stress and mental health issues are rife in the equestrian industry, a survey revealing the extent of problems […]

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14 November,2017

17 ups and downs of working on the family farm

Like most of our readers, many of the journalists at Farmers Weekly are from farming families and have grown up working alongside […]

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Friends
14 November,2017

Little Alf has his ears on for Children in Need!

Every year me and Little Alf do our best to support charities and help raise awareness. I’ve always believed if […]

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11 November,2017

Remembering Animals in War

RSPCA remembers all the animals who have died in war for Armistice Day To mark Remembrance Day the RSPCA paid […]

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10 November,2017

Catch With This Weeks Newsletter

It you have missed this week’s latest posts and news on Haynet, then come and have a read of our […]

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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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08 November,2017

Rider honoured after two-year battle for safer roads

The founder of Pass Wide and Slow group has been given an award for her “pure determination” to improve conditions […]

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07 November,2017

#HorseBloggers Meet Up – How It Can Help You

With the growing success of the #HorseBloggers channel that shares equestrian blog content to the wider audience, a new Facebook […]

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06 November,2017

Shire horses or giant pandas – which is rarer?

As a huge fan of the Shire horse, this just goes to show how we need to make every effort […]

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05 November,2017

Top 10 Tips to Writing a Horse Advert

Selling your horse is hard. Making the decision to part ways is never easy and then where do you start? […]

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Hay Bale
03 November,2017

How To Budget Your Costs In Horse Ownership

With the media full of talk of rising interest rates and financial cutbacks, our budgets are being stretched together with […]

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01 November,2017

Submission and domination: Rollkur belongs in the dark ages

Riders and trainers practising the hyperflexion of the upper neck are enforcing a position of ultimate domination by placing their […]

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