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My horse is bloated, what can I do?

My horse is bloated, what can I do?

"My horse is bloated, what can I do?" This is perhaps one of the most common questions we hear from horse owners.  As a responsible horse owner, you recognise that tummy bloating is causing discomfort. Perhaps your horse is very sensitive in the girth area. You've realised that this is connected to what your horse is eating and how they are responding to their feed.  One owner, Zoe, had been worrying about her mare Celyn, a six year old cob. Celyn looked very swollen and was obviously in discomfort. Another customer of ours - Joanna - kindly recommended that Zoe try EquiNectar....

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EquiNectar for Performance

EquiNectar for Performance

We've just launched a new website focused towards the use of EquiNectar for horses involved in performance sports, like horseracing.  EquiNectar - Improving digestive perfomance for horses in training

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Why complete digestion of starch is VITAL for your horse

Why complete digestion of starch is VITAL for your horse

Carbohydrates digested by enzymes and absorbed in the small intestine yield more energy than carbohydrates digested by microbial action, so if more of the carbohydrates in a diet can be broken down by enzymes, rather than microbial fermentation in the cecum, the horse can effectively utilise more of the plant’s energy.

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EquiNectar - Before & After - Benefits and Photos

EquiNectar - Before & After - Benefits and Photos

Customer submitted testimonial: I started using Equinectar because my horse has very dry itchy skin (despite feeding omega 3). The horse also displayed a couple of other strange behaviours, including a fascination of other horses droppings. I found despite feeding him well, on a nutritious high fibre diet, and good quality forage, he did not seem to flourish, and his skin and coat remained of poor quality. I started feeding Equinectar in late September 2018. It should be acknowledged that keeping a good coat and gaining weight on a young, growing horse through the winter is hard work/ near on...

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