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What is best practice when feeding prior to or at a competition?
Travelling and competition do place greater stresses on the horse but careful management should help to reduce the risk of nutrition related problems occurring. Contrary…Read More
The most important ingredients for stamina and energy
The physiological demands of exercise means that the competition horse will require a suitable hard feed to ensure adequate calories, protein and micronutrients are provided…Read More
Starch – Good or Bad?
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Soya in horse feed
The main source of quality protein in Connolly’s RED MILLS feed is soya. Due to its high essential amino acid content, Soybean Meal is considered…Read More
What should I feed my horse during travel or quarantine?
When a horse is competing, it is important to keep the diet consistent throughout the season to avoid digestive disturbances/feed refusal. Sudden changes in diet…Read More
How do I introduce a new feed into my horses diet?
Sudden changes in diet can predispose a horse to digestive disturbances or feed refusal. This applies when changing the diet from one feed to another and/or…Read More