As sponsor of the Pony Club Winter League Show Jumping and Dressage Championships, Dengie took its place alongside the families and friends who arrived to offer their support to the hundreds of young riders each giving their all in an attempt to win the coveted Dengie winner’s rug and jacket. Read More
Our offices close for Easter on Thursday 28th March at 5pm and we re-open for business on Tuesday 2nd April. We will endevour to answer emails on return. Read More
Dengie senior nutritionist Katie Williams, MSc (Dist), explains how The Laminitis Trust mark helps you feed with confidence. Read More
Feeding can sometimes be a bit mind boggling, especially in the winter but don’t fear Dengie are here to help. Read More
Has the Dengie Nutritional Team helped you and your horse this year? Read More
The Gardens at Buckingham Palace will be the venue for a one-off event next summer for holders of Royal Warrants to celebrate the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation. Dengie Horse Feeds will be taking part in the four day celebration between the 11th and 14th July 2013. Read More
Dengie has donated feed to two of Ireland’s leading animal charities as the number of neglected horses and ponies continues to rise. Read More
Keep Your Horse Occupied this Fireworks Night. Years ago, Bonfire Night was just that – one night of revelry, often with a few fireworks and a small fire in the back garden. Today’s celebrations are a rather different affair... Read More
Emily Brown has joined the nutrition team at Dengie Horse Feeds for a one-year work placement after gaining a degree in equine sports therapy from Writtle College, Essex. Read More
Ann Cooper recently attended a Dengie Diet clinic run by Dengie Area Sales Manager, Ryann Walker with her 11year old ex racer, Spitz. Read More
We recently ran a display competition throughout the Wynnstay stores to help promote our recent promotion on Dengie Healthy Hooves. The store that created the best display were treated to a lunch of their choice on behalf of Dengie.
It is with great sadness that Jagganath, (Jack) ridden by Mike Jackson and owned by Mrs Carole Mortimer died after completing cross country in the CCI3* at the Equi-Trek Bramham Horse Trials. Read More
A new charity horse trek in the Yorkshire Dales has been hailed a big success by both organisers and participants. Over 130 riders and horses congregated at the Coniston Hotel Estate near Coniston Cold and rode out in the sunshine on treks of 7, 14 and 16 miles. Read More
The last few weeks we’ve all been busy preparing. The awful weather at the beginning of May didn’t help with our preparations as many events were cancelled, which was disappointing for all involved. Jonathan Allison has been fantastic providing us with show jumping and cross country jump training. Honing our skills and working on our weaknesses to make sure we’re as ready as we can be. Read More
Andrea Riggs from Kingsteignton, Devon couldn’t believe her luck when she won a weigh bridge clinic or her yard from fibre feed specialists, Dengie in a recent competition organized in conjunction with her local feed store, Cornwall Farmers. Read More
Dengie Horse Feeds has lent its support to a team of four riders taking part in the Three Day Event at the MK Eventing Centre, Milton Keynes, from 2 to 5 June. Essex-based Cher East, Maureen Mack and Vicky-May Northover, and Devon grandmother Sally Pidsley – who together make up Team Dengie. Read More
Leading animal charity Blue Cross is calling on all owners and keepers of horses, ponies, donkeys and mules in the UK to take part in their National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) from 7th to 13th May. Read More
Comet is 20yr old, Welsh x Arab 13.2 hh Palomino gelding. He sadly came into Helen White’s care in a very sorry state at the beginning of March 2012 Read More
BHS Riding and Road Safety trainer Chloe Giles will be running a number of one day BHS Riding and Road Safety Training
courses at The College of West Anglia in Cambridgeshire.
Shayne, a 51-year-old liver chestnut gelding, hit the headlines earlier this month with claims that he was the world’s oldest horse. His photo was splashed across the media as this charming golden oldie displayed his fabulous physique for all to see. Read More
Leading animal charities Blue Cross and The British Horse Society (BHS) have teamed up with the police to offer essential advice on how to keep dogs and horses safe around each other, following a large number of serious and even fatal incidents being reported. Representatives from ACPO, Blue Cross and The BHS will be available at Crufts on Friday 9th March at the West Midlands Police Stand (Hall 3) to answer questions.
Dengie has donated a pallet of feed to Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary, in Ballynoe, near Antrim, Northern Ireland, as part of its commitment to horse welfare. Read More
A leading animal charity is warning people not to buy pets online after it revealed many buyers are being misled and can end up with sick or even dangerous animals.
A sharp rise in the cost of hay has left many horse owners tightening their belts as they prepare to contend with a second winter of discontent. Last year’s weather conditions – a dry spring and wet summer – coupled with increased exports to other European countries following poor harvests, have resulted in spiralling prices and fears of a shortage in supply. Read More
Managing your horse or pony when he’s on the chunky side is tough, making sure he doesn’t get laminitis and has enough energy when you need it can seem pretty near impossible. Read More
Why not treat them to a bale of Hi-Fi Original with Apple. Read More
Headmore Stud, owned and managed by Dengie supported rider Alice Oppenheimer and her mother Sarah, has been selected to enter one of only two British-bred dressage horses into the prestigious 'Stars of the Future' sale of dressage prospects organised by Brightwells, to be held on 3 December 2011 at Addington Manor, Buckinghamshire. Read More
Don’t miss your chance to take part in this week’s National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) to make sure you do your bit to help the future healthcare of horses in the UK. You could also win a professional photoshoot for you and your horse and become the face of NEHS 2012. Read More
A horse that was rehabilitated by The Blue Cross has taken part in a prestigious national competition. Read More
Vicky knew deep down that her horse was overweight, ‘I just made fun of it and thought that was the way he was and would always be – chubby and lazy’ said Vicky of her lovely 15.1hh, 6 year old Haflinger, Becks. That was until Dengie Nutritionist, Claire Akers, visited the yard. Read More
While many of us enjoy this time of year our animals aren’t always so enthusiastic about it. Extra care, thought and preparation are needed when it comes to the nights around Halloween and Bonfire Night. Read More
In keeping with traditional British summer weather the rain poured down but this failed to dampen the spirits of the riders competing at the North West Show Jumping Championships. Read More
The weather stayed kind to us only encountering one small shower on Saturday and a windy but dry day for Sunday. We had a last minute route change 6m Friday but that was minor. The route rode well both days with good long canters - very little road with some wetter parts lying on the fells, otherwise perfect for the horses. Read More
Seagulls Endurance GB Ride was a new one on the calandar this year, though the organisation had previously been at Firle Park. Read More
Linford has raced under national hunt rules and point to point but sadly he didn’t quite make the grade and his career as a racehorse ended. Read More
With top local horses mixing it with entries from Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire, Scotland, and Cumbria and perfect going, this year’s ride, with its excellent venue, at Cooks House Farm couldn’t fail to be a success. Read More
Bart was being continually bullied by his ever growing number of field companions on a daily basis and was getting pushed out of the herd. RSPCA inspectors were concerned for his welfare and Bart had a lucky escape ending up at The Blue Cross Burford adoption centre where he could receive the individual care and attention he needed. Read More
Vashti is a 12hh, 11 year old native mare. She originally came to The Blue Cross for welfare reasons and once ready was found a suitable loan home. Vashti has since returned to the Burford adoption centre and unfortunately came back to us needing to lose a good deal of weight. Read More
How do you turn Alfalfa Pellets in to ice cream? Well Adrian and Melanie Kinner-Smith of The Goat Ice Cream Company know how; just add goats! Read More
Charlie and Thunder were found by members of the public in a bad condition and were signed over to The Blue Cross for veterinary care and attention. They’ve now been at the Burford Centre adoption centre for three months and since their arrival their condition has improved dramatically. Read More
Dengie’s North West & North Wales Area Manager, Leonie Pryor, had a tense wait while her mare gave birth to Riplett’s Lunar in the early hours under a full moon, hence her name. Read More
Endurance GB’s annual Ludlow ride, supported this year by Dengie, attracted 160 entries over the two days, with riding distances from 30km to 100km .
The ride had something for everyone, with classes from 30km, supported by many local riders who took part in the pleasure ride, to the more competitive international riders who competed in the longer distances, including the 100km class.
As the dry weather in the South East continues and hay prices all over the country rise, your horse’s daily fibre rations are becoming more expensive and difficult to secure. With prices frequently reported at £6 for a small bale of hay, perhaps it’s time to look at other ways of providing a quality fibre diet for your horse. Dengie Horse Feeds has just the answer. Read More
Dengie Performance Horse Nutritionist, Claire Akers visited Essex Police Mounted Unit to review the horse’s diets and to check their current condition and weights. Read More
Dengie nutritionists, Claire and Tracey were lucky enough to meet a couple of American Mammoth Jackstock donkeys, Wacissa and Gretna, at the Wimpole Endurance Ride held last weekend. Read More
The Pony Club endurance riders proved that they were just as hardy as the Endurance GB riders at a very wet day at Wimpole! The Dengie Nutritionists Claire and Tracey weren’t feeling quite so hardy, but none the less were in attendance with the Dengie weighbridge to weigh horses and offer feeding advice. Read More
The competition has closed and the displays have been judged!
There were a large number of entries in both the display competition and the online trade quiz with many stores participating; creating striking and interesting displays, making it a very difficult decision to choose the winners. Read More
Finchingfield Equestrian Centre welcomed the BSJA Senior Area 40 show for the first time in 2011 and were blessed with great weather. Read More
Congratulations to everyone at Crook Cottage Stables for raising just under £4000 for Breast Cancer Research Read More
We're proud to be supporting The Blue Cross Equine Centres! Jenna Martyn, at the Burford centre emailed us to say thank you
The prestigious Pony Club Winter League Show Jumping and Dressage Championships 2011, generously sponsored by Dengie Crops Ltd the UK's leading manufacturer of fibre-based horse feeds, were held at Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell, on April 16th-17th. Read More
Many of us are horse lovers. Most of us first became attracted to horses when we were small children. Such is the story of Rose Miller, author of the book 'The Horse that Wouldn't Trot' Read More
Do you have a good doer whose weight you struggle to keep under control?
Nikki Lawton and Casper prove that with a combination of an appropriate feeding regime and lots of hard work and determination it is possible to keep a good doer looking their best without piling on the pounds.
Love Hi-Fi Original, but would like to feed something a little more ‘interesting’? Try New Hi-Fi Original with Apple. Read More
If you’ve ever seen a horse or pony with laminitis you’re already well aware that it is a disease to be avoided if at all possible. Unfortunately research by the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) suggests that around 7% of all equines in the UK are affected by laminitis and as obesity, which is a predisposing factor to laminitis, seems to be on the increase, it is likely that this number will rise in the future. For further information about our Watch Out 4 Laminitis Campaign click here. Read More
Student Pippa Ireland has launched an exciting equestrian writing competition as part of an investigative project for her HNC Equine Management course at Bishop Burton College.
Bow House Equestrian is a BHS approved livery and Training yard, and hold regular pony club and riding club camps and rallies.
J P Daker started riding with the United Pack pony Club and Hunt, and won the polo cross championship. He started BE eventing at the age of 18 and produced Bow house Sydney from scratch through to doing both Badminton and Burghley in 2005 and 2006, going clear each time in XC. Having produced some more nice young event horses and selling them on, their next young horses are mostly show jumping types so we are now concentrating on that. The oldest Rubis has just started doing the 1.30/1.35 classes and will go to the secon round of the foxhunter class. Below J P Daker takes some time out to let us know how his season is going so far: Read More
Although the snow has caused major disruption everywhere, as this picture shows you can have fun in the snow. Jo Haill, on the left, sent in this picture of her and her friends Holly, Daisy and Janey Fletcher in the snow. Here’s what Jo told us: -
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our customers a very Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year. Read More
The trend for “staycations” was started by the recession but for horse owners there are lots of benefits to holidaying in the UK, not least the fact that you can take your horse with you. Dengie are working with Redlands Equestrian who bought the horse holiday company Bridle Rides, to provide tips and guidance on how to manage your horse’s diet when travelling. Read More
Your Horse Live was held over the 14th & 15th November and once again was a roaring success for the Caspian Breed Society in promoting the breed. Here Holly Dale of the Caspian Breed Society gives her behind the scenes report of Your Horse Live from the Rare Breeds Village. Read More
For a limited time only we are offering £5 off Natural Vitality Senior Vits & Mins supplement. Read More
With Burghley completed and gone, Ginnie Turnbull has taken time to update us on her experience at the three day event. Here's Ginnie's Diary Read More
Dengie is delighted to congratulate sponsored rider Ginnie Turnbull on her success at this year’s Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials.
With preparations for Burghley well under way Ginnie Turnbull has taken time out to keep us up to date with all the activities on her yard. Here’s Ginnie’s Diary. Read More
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The Tendring Show took place recently in Essex. This is Essex County’s Premier Agricultural Event and is a local show to Dengie.
Paul Hopkins, the Area District Advisor for the British Rabbit Council attended the show and got in touch with Dengie to sponsor by supplying a couple of bales of Dengie Medi-bed.
With preparations for Burghley well under way Ginnie Turnbull has taken time out to keep us up to date with all the activities on her yard. Here’s Ginnie’s Diary. Read More
Dengie was proud to be a sponsor at the recent Berkshire College of Agriculture British Eventing Horse Trials. These took place in Berkshire on Saturday 13th to Sunday 14th June 2009.
Farrier Mike Nuttall was so impressed with the results of Dengie Natural Vitality Coat & Hoof that he organised an evening talk on the 29th June for other farriers to tell them about the importance of getting the diet right for creating healthy hooves. Over 20 farriers attended the talk which had been awarded CPD points by the Farriery training agency – a scheme set up to promote excellence in farriery.
At the crack of dawn, myself and Katie Williams, Senior Nutritionist made our way to Mike Jackson’s new yard in Cold Aston for a photo shoot with action and animal portrait photographer, Nick Ridley. Read More
The winner of our recent competition in Your Horse magazine won a lesson with champion dressage rider Hannah Esberger-Shepherd. The winner was Siobhain, but she decided to let her friend Kath take the lesson, while she went along and watched from the side. Siobhain still gained a lot from this experience even though she was not riding, as she was able to listen to Hannah’s expert advice to Kath. Read More
Para show jumping rider Rachel Maddocks has been working closely with Dengie’s Performance Horse Nutritionist Claire Akers to get her horse Harry’s ration just right. Here Rachel reports on a successful trip to the Opening of the Outdoor Para Show Jumping Season, Chateaux Bleu, Temblay en France on the 18th/19th April 2009. Read More
After my last diary, the curse of Badminton hit us!! Dan developed a bizzarre lameness in his hind foot. We immediately took him to the vets who, after xraying and scanning everything diagnosed a bruise in the heel area. This knocked our preparations big time and we only managed one canterwork before our final run at Belton, missing an important run at Weston Park. Read More
Everyone at the Henden and Lanhill Stud breathed a huge sigh of relief when the weather turned out bright and sunny for the Intelligent Horsemanship Day with Sarah Weston on the 19th April. Fleur Scott, the owner of Henden and Lanhill Stud, Dale Linney and Holly Dale were on hand to give expert advice about the Caspian and to show everyone around the stud. Read More
On Saturday 25th April Dengie's nutritionist, Claire Akers was invited to Ashurst Farm Feeds to conduct a talk about the horse's digestive system and help with any feeding questions the guests may have. Read More
The annual Dengie Pony Club Winter League Show jumping and Dressage Championships were held at Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell for the 13th consecutive year on the 4th and 5th April 2009. Since its inauguration in autumn 1995, Dengie has sponsored this national event that is run to enable Pony Club members a chance to experience a national, well-run competition to build upon their confidence and ability.
Ginnie has been married to Will for 13 years and together they have a son Jack who will be one in May. Ginnie and Will own a breaking and training yard in Newtown Linford, Leicestershire. Ginnie has been riding all her life coming through the ranks of the Pony Club and has been eventing for 20 years. Ginnie has produced many horses to CCI*** level but this will be her first attempt at CCI****.
Win a day at Dengie...
a year's supply of feed....
and feature in PONY magazine! To celebrate the launch of our new Web Academy, we've joined forces with Pony magazine to offer one lucky winner a truly fabulous prize. Read More
After three years of development and trials involving over 75 horses and ponies we are pleased to introduce the New Dengie Alfa-A and Hi-Fi Balancers. Formulated to complement a ration based on the Dengie Alfa-A or Hi-Fi range respectively, the Dengie Balancers contain a broad-spectrum of vitamins and minerals to provide a balanced ration as well as extra added goodies that help to keep your horse healthy and in excellent condition. For further information please click here Read More
If you haven’t explored the Dengie website recently take a look today. We are continually adding new content to the website- so much so that there may not always be room for new content on the home page! Read More
Congratulations go to BSc (Hons) Equine Sports Science student Joanne Stirling and MA Equine Business Management student Hannah Lakin, who were the proud recipients of the Dengie Horse Feeds Trophies for the Top Student Awards at the recent Hartpury College Graduation Ceremony held at Gloucester Cathedral on Wednesday 19th November. Read More
It's that time of year again in the run up to the equestrian equivalent of the Oscars that we need your support. The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) is urging horse owners to nominate their favourite nutritional advice service for the prestigious Nutritional Helpline of the Year Award sponsored by Horsemart. Read More
Dengie are proud to be supporting the Caspian Breed Society in 2009 by helping to promote the wonderful attributes of this ancient breed. The Caspian horse is a rare breed that stands on average at 11.2hh. Originating from Iran and re-discovered by Louise Firouz in 1965, the Caspian is thought to be a predecessor of modern oriental breeds such as the Arab. The Caspian excels in a range of disciplines and its very docile temperament makes it an ideal children’s pony.
We are currently experiencing technical problems with the telephone system at our Heybridge Office. As such our Feedline service 0845 345 5115, main office number 01621 841188 and any direct dial numbers are not currently receiving calls. If you would like to contact us please call us on the following mobile number 07739 542389. If you would like feeding advice we will be happy to call you back. Our e-mails are working as normal. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Read More
Northern Regional Sales Manager Anne Priestman was invited to talk to the Northern BSJA Junior Academy members on Tuesday 28th October. Anne took along 'Harry the Gut', Dengie's life size horse's digestive tract, for a fun hands on approach to understanding the horse's digestive system and the importance of feeding fibre. Read More
We're counting down the days until the start of Your Horse Live on Friday 7th November. Why not come and visit us on stand 213/214 where we will not only be happy to discuss your horse's ration, but also have a number of special show offers including: - Read More
We are giving away 5 pairs of Your Horse Live tickets for Saturday the 8th November for 5 lucky Dengie Club members! Read More
Stacey Howlett contacted the Dengie Feedline for advice back in June 2008 as her daughter's coloured horse Hattie was having problems with photosensitivity on the white areas of her body. Read More
Being a member of the Dengie Club has really paid off for the following club members who have been picked as our ten lucky prize draw winners to win a year's supply of horse feed for one horse! Read More
Never ones to stand still for too long, Dengie have added a quick reference "Dengie Diet Solutions" section to the web-site which allows you to easily identify the correct diet for the main issues faced when feeding horses! Read More
With all the media coverage about the credit crunch along with fuel and other household costs on the rise it is no surprise that the cost of owning a horse is also on the increase - so this month we are giving our Dengie Club members the chance to win free food for one horse for one year - to help ease the pain in your purse... Read More
A recent study has shown that supplementing your horse or pony's diet with Natural Vitality Coat & Hoof can significantly improve their hooves - so to celebrate we are offering a special trial price on on-line sales of this product for a limited period! Read More
An independent study has backed up Dengie's own research into the buffering capacity of alfalfa and its positive effect on the horse's digestive system particularly with regard to stomach ulcers... Read More
It is official - feeding high fibre diets to horses is not only great for their overall health and well being it is the key to helping them to maintain healthy teeth! Researchers at Michigan State University.... Read More
Ever wondered what it's like to get a last minute chance to compete at Badminton? Well that's exactly what happened to Tor Brewer, an event rider based in Gloucestershire whom Dengie have been working with to fine tune her horses' diets.... Read More
Pernille Nygard is a 33 year old optician living in Denmark. She has been riding since she was 6 and competes at top level in Dressage. Pernille first contacted Dengie's Danish agents when her mare, an A grade dressage horse, started having problems with ERS or tying up.... Read More
Dengie's award winning nutritionist team is celebrating the completion of another MSc with Claire Akers having successfully completed her studies. Claire's MSc takes the total in the team to 3 - making the Dengie team one of the best qualifed nutritionist teams in the UK horse industry! Read More
The chilly weather on Saturday 19th April did not deter riders from saddling up for the 9th Annual Dengie Ride, run in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Burnham on Crouch and Dengie Hundred. Read More
Progress has been made in the search of a cause of Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM) or tying up to give it one of its layman terms. PSSM is currently estimated to affect more than one-third of draft horses and one-tenth of all Quarter Horses, although it has also been diagnosed in Thoroughbreds as well... Read More
The inaugural Dengie Pony Club Winter League Dressage Championships was held in conjunction with the 12th annual Dengie Pony Club Winter League Show-Jumping championships at Warwickshire College in Moreton Morrell over the weekend of 29th and 30th March. An initial entry of more than 4,000 Pony Club members competed in the preliminary rounds in the hopes of getting Read More
The five winners of the prize draw for Dengie Club members have been picked and will shortly be receiving their tickets to Badminton for cross country day! Congratulations go to.. Read More
Frederick and Rowena Cook own and run Equine Management Training. They have switched their horses to a Dengie fibre diet and are so impressed with the results they wrote to us to tell us. Here is their story. Read More
Spring still seems a long way off when the worst of the winter weather is being thrown at us! So to give all the Dengie Club members something to look forward to we are offering 5 pairs of tickets to Badminton Horse Trials... Read More
We are very pleased that research into the suitability of various types of forage for veteran horses with compromised dentition, funded by Dengie and undertaken by Writtle College student Tracey Mann, has been accepted... Read More
If there is one thing that owning horses teaches us it's that rarely is everything perfect! This is never more apparent than during the winter months when exercising our horses can be difficult and they spend long periods of time in the stable. Understanding how your horse was designed to eat can help you and him to get through the dark months with your sanity intact! Read More
Do you want to put condition on your horse but dread the fizz that cereal based conditioning feeds can then cause - especially when turnout is limited in winter? Dengie has the answer with Dengie Alfa-Beet... Read More
The festive season may well be behind us now but Dengie was still in the Christmas spirit when we made a donation to Essex based charity Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary... Read More
The last three months of pregnancy is when 60% of foetal development occurs, drastically increasing the mare's nutritional needs in order to be able to support this growth. However that doesn't mean you have to revert to cereal based feeds to give her the extra she needs. Horses evolved to eat fibre, so feeding a fibre based diet could not be more natural... Read More
For a limited time we are offering a 25% discount on Natural Vitality Senior Vits & Mins if you purchase it via our on-line shop... Read More
It is almost Christmas and The Dengie Club is getting into the festive spirit and giving all Dengie Club members the chance of winning one of 10 Thermatex rugs we have to give away! Read More
The winter months mean management changes for many horses and ponies and those in their "senior years" may sometimes need a little extra support to ensure they emerge from winter full of the joys of spring! Read More
Horse feeds today can be very complicated with lots of ingredients sourced from every part of the world, some of them from natural sources, some of them synthetic. Have you ever stopped to consider if your horse actually needs all these ingredients? Read More
Now that the weather is beginning to turn and the days are getting shorter it is a good time to re-asses you horse's diet and ensure that he or she is getting all the nutrients that they need.... Read More
Do you know how much forage your horse or pony eats each day? Do you know whether the forage you use is of good quality? If the answer to these questions is "no" then don't worry, just read on... Read More
Do you fancy winning tickets for the Saturday of Your Horse Live? We have 10 pairs of adult tickets to give away to members of the Dengie Club - so join today to be in with a chance of winning! Read More
With the exceptionally wet and unpredictable weather the UK has seen over the last three months there is growing concern in some areas regarding the availability of forage and its quality. If you are in an area where it is already difficult to get forage, or the quality is very poor, don't panic Read More
If your horse or pony is prone to laminitis or needs to lose weight, one way of managing their diets is to make them wear a grazing muzzle. But how effective are these devices? Tracey Hammond, one of Dengie's nutritionists has studied this area and can report.... Read More
With the summer holidays nearly upon us many of you will be preparing your ponies for summer camp. Amongst all the other things you need to do it is important to consider if you need to make any changes to your pony's diet.... Read More
Recent research has indicated that the incidence of Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) is higher among all horses than previously thought and attention has turned to feeding regimes as a means of preventing its on-set and mitigating or curing the condition... Read More
Dengie has the most feed products approved by the Laminitis Trust as being ideal for horses and ponies prone to laminitis - a total of 4 products. As part of our on-going committment to helping horse owners cope with this horrible condition, the Dengie sales team spent a day with The Laminits Clinic to find out about the latest research and techniques.... Read More
This summer with the help of Dengie Natural Vitality Supplements range we can help you to ensure that your horse will be literally "gleaming" as you step into the show ring.... Read More
Dengie has extended our support of The Pony Club to include sponsorship of the inaugural Pony Club Winter Dressage League Championships as well as continue to support The Pony Club Winter League and Open Show Jumping Championships - known affectionately as "The Dengie"... Read More
The DFS Derby has long been regarded as the supreme test of horse and rider in Show Jumping. We are offering the chance for 5 members of the Dengie Club to win a pair of tickets, with members enclosure for Sunday 1st July so that you and a friend can be there to see all the action... Read More
As market leader in fibre feed for horses and ponies, we are proud to produce four products that have been awarded the coveted Laminitis Trust's stamp of approval. Hi-Fi Lite, Alfa-A Lite, Alfa-Beet and new Healthy Hooves all have Laminitis Trust approval and are ideal feeds for horses and ponies prone to laminitis... Read More
Older horses with poor dentition could be missing out on vital fibre and nutrients according to a Dengie-funded study at Writtle College. The dissertation study, undertaken by Equine Science degree student, Tracey Mann, showed that short chop alfalfa and grasses are more suitable for the veteran equine than long chop hay.. Read More
Liz Taylor is 23 years old and based in Gloucestershire. She and her mare, Falaina Bint Chatanz posted the joint fastest speed over 160km in Britian in 2006 and where invited to race in Abu Dhabi in February of this year. Dengie sponsored Liz for the ride and here is her report on the visit... Read More
A very successful 11th Dengie Pony Club Winter League and Open Show Jumping Championships took place on Saturday (31st March) at Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell with talented youngsters from all over the United Kingdom taking part. Read More
This month on the Dengie Club we are offering two Dengie Club members the chance to win a pair of tickets to Badminton Horse Trails with entry to the Portcullis Club on cross country day ! Read More
Dengie is the only large scale horse feed producer in the UK to grow, process, blend and market its own range of horse feed products. With the new harvest just about to commence, come behind the scenes at Dengie to discover how we manage the whole process from the Field to the Feed... Read More
Dengie sponsored dressage rider, Hannah Esberger-Shepherd and her husband Jamie are celebrating the birth of their daughter Molly who arrived on Thursday 1st March 2007 weighing in at a respectable 7lb 8oz. Read More
Fancy having the chance to meet Dengie sponsored rider, William Fox-Pitt?? Join the Dengie Club today to have the chance to enter a prize draw for 4 memberships... Read More
We are pleased to announce the launch of another first for Dengie - New Dengie Healthy Hooves, the only fibre feed on the market with sufficiently high levels of Biotin to have a proven efficacy for hoof health... Read More
Discover how Dengie's new Alfa-Beet can help your horse stay fit and healthy, whatever his age, breed, discipline or workload.... Read More
Alfalfa has the potential to counteract the negative effects of acidity in the gut that can lead to laminitis, according to the latest research conducted by Dr Jo-Anne Murray at the Edinburgh's Royal Dick Veterinary School... Read More
The dietary management of a horse or pony with Cushing's disease should be based on a low sugar and starch diet. Unfortunately one of the main problems associated with the Cushing's horse is that they tend to be more prone to laminitis... Read More
The new range of Dengie Natural Vitality supplements provide you with specific and complementary dietary care for your horse whilst maintaining complete feeding flexibility. Read More
A horse should ideally have at least 1.5% of its bodyweight as fibre per day to keep its digestive system healthy; for a 500kg horse this would equate to 7.5kg. Read More
This September the Dengie Sales and Marketing team travelled to Devon for a day’s insight into all things donkey at the Donkey Sanctuary. After the recent release of the ‘Dengie guide to Feeding Your Donkey’ the day at the sanctuary aimed to expand the general ‘donkey’ knowledge of the Sales and Marketing team, after all we rarely get to see so many donkeys all in one place! Read More