• Leading Scientific Journal Publishes Study

    A study into the link between diet and horse behaviour commissioned by Dengie and conducted at Edinburgh University has been published by Applied Animal Behaviour Science - an international journal reporting on the scientific and objective study of the behaviour of animals managed by humans.

  • Dengie Sales Team Shape Up

    The Dengie sales team is looking in better shape than ever as it appoints Jo Harrow as area manager for the North of England, welcomes back regional manager Danielle Gautrey from maternity leave to East Midlands & East Anglia and makes Hannah Atkins area manager for Wales & West Midlands.

  • 20th Anniversary of The Pony Club Dengie Winter League

    Dengie will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of its sponsorship of the Pony Club Winter League Championships when this year’s event takes place at Moreton Morrell College, Warwickshire, on 3 and 4 April

  • Back to College for Dengie stockists

    More than 20 key stockists from the North West took part in a Dengie Retailer Training Day at Nantwich Veterinary Hospital and Reaseheath College Equestrian Centre, Cheshire. The event, designed to highlight benefits of a fibre diet, was led by practice vets Alasdair Topp and Dan Cripwell, with Dengie’s senior nutritionist and technical manager, Katie Williams.

  • Atypical Myopathy

    Equine Atypical Myopathy (EAM) is a life threatening equine disease that interferes with the uptake and use of glucose in the muscles. It is extremely serious with a mortality rate of some 75%, early veterinary care is essential for a horse to have a chance of survival.


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