• Hi-Fi Lite

    The PERFECT low-calorie, high-fibre maintenance feed for leisure horses and ponies! Can be used as a low-calorie total or partial hay replacer - did you know Hi-Fi Lite has half the sugar level of hay - that little fact will have everyone pricking up their ears!

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  • Healthy Tummy

    A fully balanced, high-calorie fibre feed that fuels work and promotes condition. Containing the latest ingredients known to promote gut health including alfalfa and Protexin In-Feed Formula it is the ideal fibre feed to support a healthy digestive system. 

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  • Dengie Laminitis Trust Approved Feeds

    Our Laminitis Trust approved fibre feeds have been developed to meet the nutritional requirements for 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.

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Top Tips For Competing On a Fibre Diet

Most horse owners are aware that fibre feed provides ample energy for the leisure horse, but are a little uncertain when it comes to competing on a fibre diet. Below the Dengie nutrition team have put together their top tips for competing on a fibre diet.


Hot Stuff!

Hot weather, increased workload and more time on the road travelling to competitions can all increase the risk of dehydration. Dengie Senior Nutritionist Katie Williams, MSc (Dist), provides some top tips for preventing this. . .


Fibre First for Competition

We believe that feeding fibre, feeding little and often - and feeding weight - are key to achieving optimal health and performance for your horse or pony.

Our nutrition team explain why and how.


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So it's been a fairly eventful few months since we last checked in, I've had a baby girl "Evie", and we've moved yards from Banbury to Cheltenham! Despite these changes our horses have remained largely in their normal work routines.