There is a lot of confusion surrounding the relationship between alfalfa and gastric ulcers. Our nutrition team explore the reason why and answer common questions like 'Can I feed chopped alfalfa to horses with ulcers?'
This month we are giving you the chance to win Coldstream Clothing plus £50 of Dengie Feed Vouchers!
Our nutrition team explain the important role of chopped fibre and why horses and ponies benefit from chopped fibre as part of their bucket feed.
A lot of myths and misinformation circulate about sugar which leads to confusion about what sugar is, where it comes from and which feeds are suitable for different types of horse and pony.
When it comes to choosing the best feed for horses and ponies prone to laminitis the general principle is to keep sugar and starch levels to a minimum.
Hot weather combined with the physiological stress of travelling and competing can increase the risk of dehydration in horses which is likely to compromise performance and recovery.
Sustainability and environmental issues are hot topics in the news and businesses and individuals are increasingly being asked to operate more sustainably. Dengie are no exception and we are working towards the Investors in the Environment Bronze award to formalise actions and achievements.
Whilst many of us are aware of some of the risk factors, we don’t always appreciate everything that can increase the risk of our horses getting laminitis. The Dengie Laminitis Risk Calculator has been designed to raise awareness of some of the lesser-known risk factors of laminitis and to draw people’s attention to the cumulative effect of a number of different risks.
Simply read through the article and answer the following questions to be in with a chance of winning £30 of Dengie Feed Vouchers.
Taking your racehorse out of training requires a drastic change in diet, which can be a tricky process. Learn the best way feed your ex-racehorse here.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a sales professional to work within the Dengie Sales Team in the East of England.
A common question to the Dengie feedline is how much hay will a horse eat. There are so many factors have an impact on how much a horse eats, such as age and breed of the horse, as well as the type of feed being offered. The following are some of the most important factors to consider when feeding your horse.