Dengie Nutrition Team Welcomes Emily
4th July 2012
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.
A keen rider, Emily owns two German Warmbloods, Mikki and Pepe, with whom she competes at medium level dressage.
“I have fed them Dengie’s Alfa-A Oil and Natural Vitality Performance Vits & Mins for several years, so any advice I can give to the company’s customers about the benefits of a fibre-based ration will be backed up by plenty of first-hand experience,” said Emily. “I am thrilled to have been offered this opportunity and really looking forward to finding out more about working in the front line of equine nutrition.”
Emily is to be mentored by Dengie senior nutritionist Katie Williams, who is delighted to welcome her aboard. “Emily has come to us with a good degree and a high level of knowledge and training, which she now needs to back up with a period of time spent working in the equestrian industry to add weight to her CV and qualifications.
“She will become part of the Dengie nutrition team, answering Feedline calls and dealing with customer enquiries, as well as helping with the many yard clinics we do each year. I am sure that Emily will learn a great deal during her time with us and she will be a great asset to the brand.”
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