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The ESSENTIAL low-calorie fibre feed
A tasty blend of nutritious alfalfa with high-quality soft straw provides a healthy and wholesome diet for leisure horses and ponies. The inclusion of herbs and pellets creates interest, whilst a light oil coating provides safe, slow-release energy. Free from molasses and preservatives, it has the stamp of approval from The Laminitis Trust.
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Healthy Hooves Molasses Free
Contains just 2.5% sugar, which is found naturally within the fibre ingredients. Low in starch too, at just 1.5%, making it perfect for horses and ponies prone to laminitis.Find out more
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Forget 5 golden rings or 4 calling birds, could you give a home to 3 ex-bat hens this Christmas? Thousands of hens are soon to be given the Christmas gift of a second chance in life thanks to hen welfare charity, the British Hen Welfare Trust.
We are delighted to reveal that some of our Dengie favourites will soon be sporting a fancy new design! The first product to receive its new packaging is Dengie Hi-Fi Molasses Free, which will be rolling off the production line this week, with other redesigned products following in the near future.
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Well I am just back from a very busy weekend at BYRDS Northern Camp with Leo, the baby dressage pony. We had lessons and dressage tests on both days, as well as workshops on test writing, balance assessments on the mechanical horse and a rider fitness circuit training session
Well, there it is, the end of my 2015 season. We’ve proven that eventing with a baby is just about possible and definitely still something we want to do, just about got ourselves back up to novice level, figured out the show jumping, and completed our first medium dressage test