Friendly Feed Advice

Here at Dengie we understand that feeding your horse or pony can sometimes 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!

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Showing articles for category 'Laminitis & Good Doer' .

  • Dengie Laminitis Horse Feeds Explained


    Our Laminitis Trust approved fibre feeds have been developed to meet the nutritional requirements of horses and ponies prone to laminitis. Low in sugar and starch, but high in fibre we have a range of feeds suitable for any horse or pony.

  • Fibre Facts


    A high fibre diet is the best thing for your horse. For a trouble-free winter take a look at the range of fibre feeds from Dengie.

  • Guide to Weight Watching


    The latest research published by the National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) 2015 stated that, of the 15,000 horses included in the study, 23% were described as overweight - up from 16.9% the previous year. Being overweight predisposes horses to diseases such as laminitis, EMS and PPID (Cushing's Disease).

  • Fibre Fuel for Winter

    Katie Wiliams,

    With winter just around the corner now is a good time to review your horse’s ration. Dengie senior nutritionist Katie Williams, MSc (Dist), serves up some dietary advice to keep our horses healthy throughout the winter.

  • Is Your Horse Sweet Enough?


    The amount of sugar in food can contribute to poor health. And that’s true of food for horse’s too. Ailments such as Laminitis, obesity and Cushing’s Syndrome are all associated with too much sugar in horse feed. So what should you do to reduce the sugar in your horse’s diet?

  • Have a Healthy Autumn

    Tracey Hammond,

    Although laminitis is potentially a problem at any time of year, autumn often sees a seasonal spike in the incidence rates and so extra vigilance is required. If your horse is prone to laminitis, there are two main pieces of advice that are given – maintain your horse at a healthy weight and restrict his intake of sugar and starch.

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