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    Dengie is the UK's leading manufacturer of fibre-based horse feeds and the largest producer of alfalfa within the UK, the majority of which is used within our leading horse feed brands of Alfa-A, Hi-Fi, and our new complete feeds Healthy Hooves Molasses Free and Healthy Tummy

  • Healthy Tummy

    A complete, 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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  • We are here to help

    With six products approved by The Laminitis Trust, more than any other feed company - Dengie's record for nutritional excellence speaks for itself.

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  • Healthy Hooves Molasses Free

    A fully balanced, low-calorie fibre feed for leisure horses and ponies or those prone to laminitis. Packed with essential nutrients and B vitamins, including Biotin, which are essential for hoof health. Free from molasses and preservatives, it has the stamp of approval from The Laminitis Trust.

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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. . .


Behind the Scenes with Haydn Price - Part One

As part of a series of exclusive interviews with equestrian professionals, Haydn Price gives Dengie an insight into his work, how he got started and tips on how Dengie followers can give their horse a head start in the health and fitness stakes this summer.


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Latest from the Dengie Stable

I’m feeling really excited about the approaching Regionals at Port Royal. Preperations are going well with planning down to the last detail. I have a checklist for the lorry – grooming kits, Dengie feed, clean saddlecloths, boots, saddles, bridles and that’s just the horses!


Since losing Spider earlier this year I have been doing lots of soul searching…Do I get another horse? Do I just concentrate on Flynn? If I do get another horse, do I get a baby or do I get a proven competition horse? Do I give up completely? 


Leo and I competed at the BYRDS Inter-regionals in sunny North Yorkshire. These are rider tests that are marked somewhat differently to normal tests, as the marking is based on the rider not the dressage, however suffice to say in my experience there can be some rather quirky judging at times.