• Dengie go to Dublin

    The Royal Dublin Show is a major equestrian event in Ireland, running showjumping classes, including the Irish leg of the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup, alongside showing and performance classes and this year Dengie were part of the action.

  • Wendy's a Winner

    Dengie Feed Advisor Bryoni Stephenson recently went to visit Wendy Scapens and her horse Bruce for a Dengie Diet Clinic at their yard in Cornwall, after winning the Dengie prize draw held at the M. A. Grigg Country Store stand at the Royal Cornwall Show in June

  • Research Awarded Highest Mark At Writtle College

    While studying for a BSc honours degree in Equine Science at Writtle College, Aline Bouquet carried out a research project that investigated the effect of different drying procedures on the presence of tannins in alfalfa.

  • Gizmo's Long Road to Recovery

    Gizmo is a nine-month-old foal. He was found in February 2015, abandoned without his mother and left to die on the side of the road. RSPCA inspectors rescued Gizmo and immediately took him to Catley Cross Veterinary Clinic. The Dengie nutrition team have been helping him on his road to recovery by providing dietary advice and regular weighing sessions.

  • Dengie Sponsors Class at Titlington Endurance Ride

    The Titlington Endurance Ride, governed by Endurance GB and organised by Northumberland and Tyneside EGB, took place on 27th June. Dengie’s Jo Harrow kindly donated some prizes for the top three riders in the 40km Graded Endurance Ride (GER).

  • Going the Distance With Dengie

    The Sport Endurance ride at Blidworth Forest took place on the 4th and 5th of July, with Dengie sponsoring a number of classes. Around 200 combinations, made up of both competitive and pleasure riders and their horses, took part in the ride, which was run over private farmland and forestry commission woodland.

  • A Cracking Good Idea!

    Dengie Fresh Bed For Chickens – a natural soft straw bedding with pine oil for ultimate freshness – is now available in easy-to-handle 50-litre bales, making light work of keeping chickens warm and cosy.

  • Fundraising Fun

    Dengie customer, Helen Plant had a fall at an endurance ride at Thorsby Hall last October, where she had a rather nasty break to her collar bone. Since her accident, Helen has been fund raising in a bid to donate the cost of her trip to hospital. 

  • Royally good home needed for Charlotte, Elizabeth & Diana

    Charlotte, Elizabeth and Diana came out of their colony farm on May 2nd, the same day the nation welcomed the latest addition to the Royal family. These 3 plucky ex-colony girls are looking for a ‘royally’ good home, but a Peckingham Palace is not required!

  • Dengie backs Balmoral Show

    Dengie is backing Northern Ireland’s leading agricultural and equestrian event by sponsoring a national showjumping class in the 2015 Balmoral Show, taking place at Balmoral Park, Lisburn, Co Antrim, from 13 to 15 May.


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