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Your first aid kit should be fully stocked and expiry dates need regular checking At The Ready

Knowing basic first aid and having a well stocked kit can make all the difference in an emergency si...

When living in company, horses benefit from mutual grooming Let It Shine

As the horse’s largest organ, the skin is a great indicator for overall health, and maintaining a ...

Choosing the right feed will mean clean buckets! Reading A Feedbag

With eye catching packaging featuring beautiful horses, it is easy to choose a feed based on looks a...

Spring grass is much higher in calories so weight should be monitored Upgrade your grass

Getting the best from your grazing takes time, effort and most importantly a plan. With spring on th...

Ad-lib forage provides a central heating effect Choosing a Winter Ration

Pauline Smith, Senior Nutritional Advisor at Dodson & Horrell, tells us how to tailor our horses...

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As day length changes, so will grass intake
Time To Prepare | Vets & Healthcare

Dr Tom Shurlock of British Horse Feeds discusses how to support your horse and keep him in the best condition through the transition from summer...

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It is vital to have a well-stocked first aid kit on the yard
First Aid Essentials | Vets & Healthcare

Knowing what to do when your horse becomes ill or injured is very important for any owner, so EQ Life talked to Lucy Grieve from...

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Be alert for signs of Equine Gastric Ulceration Syndrome says Zoetis | News & Olympics

Equine Gastric Ulceration Syndrome (EGUS) can affect any type of horse or foal in any environment. If your horse is displaying any unusual signs such...

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A third of survey horses are lame | News & Olympics

During this year’s National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) 38% of horses were recorded as suffering from health problems and of these a third (32.9%) were...

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Be prepared before Seasonal Pasture Myopathy strikes, advises BEVA | Vets & Healthcare

With Autumn round the corner and trees clearly displaying their seeds now is the time to identify and deal with the risks of any sycamore...

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