Friendly Feed Advice

Dengie understands that sometimes feeding your horse or pony can be confusing and getting the balance right can be tricky!  We're here to help you with articles and information from our nutrition experts to keep you up to date with the latest information.

You can click on the links on the left or use the drop down menu for further information and guidance on a range of feed related topics. Should you have a particular query or a more complicated feeding issue call our friendly Feedline on 0845 345 5115. Or why not use our new feature and chat on-line to one of our nutritionists? Click the link, top right on this page, to start your conversation!

Alternatively click here to fill out a form to send to our nutrition team, who will in return put together a personalised feeding plan for your horse or pony.

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  • How to Promote Weight Gain in Horses with Gastric Ulcers


    Weight loss can be a symptom of gastric ulcers and usually when the problem is resolved with veterinary intervention the weight will come back on. Here the Dengie Nutrition team share their top tips for feeding for weight gain.

  • Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)


    Are you concerned about your horse having ulcers? There are several factors that contribute to ulcers and being aware of these can help to reduce the risk in the future. Here the Dengie Nutrition team explain.

  • Upping the Energy

    Tracey Hammond,

    You’ve gone up a gear with your horse's workload, so how do you know if your horse needs a higher energy feed? The Dengie nutrition team talk you through how to determine which type of feed to use.

  • Off the Track

    Tracey Hammond,

    Traditional racehorse diets are high in starch and low in fibre, which has an impact on the health and efficiency of the digestive tract. Here the Dengie Nutrition team talk you through how to create the right nutrition plan for your ex-racer.

  • Dispelling the Ex-Racer Myths

    Tracey Hammond,

    As the proud owner of an ex-racehorse, you are likely to hear lots of myths and misconceptions about them, not least when it comes to feeding. Here, we dispel a few of the most common myths

  • A Weighty Issue


    A recent British Riding Clubs survey found that 44% of owners don’t know the weight of their horse. Having an accurate knowledge of what your horse weighs is vital, not only for effective administration of drugs such as wormers but also for calculating feed rations. However, it is surprisingly easy to over- or under-estimate how heavy our horses are.

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