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  • Atypical Myopathy

    Equine Atypical Myopathy (EAM) is a life threatening equine disease that interferes with the uptake and use of glucose in the muscles. It is extremely serious with a mortality rate of some 75%, early veterinary care is essential for a horse to have a chance of survival.

  • Jaime Finch joins the Dengie Team

    Jaime Finch has joined Dengie Horse Feeds as area sales manager for the South East. She gained an MSc in Applied Equine Science from Writtle College and has previously worked as a nutritional adviser for a large equestrian retailer,

  • Autumn Money Saver

    The change of season can be an expensive time for horse owners, so Dengie is doing its bit to help lighten the load with a handy £2 off bales of Healthy Tummy

  • HRH Princess Anne attends the Royal Agricultural University

    On Monday 15th September, Dengie Feed Advisor Bryoni Stephenson, was invited back to the Royal Agricultural University. HRH Princess Anne joined leaders in the equestrian industry and officially opened the new school of Equine Management and Science.

  • Blidworth Forest Sport Endurance

    The Blidworth Forest Sport Endurance ride took place last weekend. There were almost 200 entries, the sun shone and everyone had a great time.

  • Kessock Equine Vets Celebrates 10th Birthday

    Kessock Equine Vets, in Inverness celebrated their 10th Birthday last weekend. To celebrate the milestone they held an open day with representatives from local companies giving presentations and demostrations including our nutritionist, Tracey Hammond!

  • Catriona Moon reaches for the stars

    Dengie is pleased to welcome endurance rider Catriona Moon to its growing portfolio of brand ambassadors. The 32-year-old veterinary surgeon has competed in endurance for more than 20 years and is set to represent Great Britain on her mare, Leila, at the World Equestrian Games, in Normandy.

  • Retailer Education - Dengie Style

    Dengie teamed up with Liphook Equine Hospital for a retailer training day. Professor Andy Durham and Katie Williams talked and demostrated the benefits of feeding fibre, as natural intended.

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