Enquiries to the Dengie feedline about Equine Faecal Water Syndrome (EFSW) are increasing but very little is known about this interesting phenomenon.
Symptoms including itchiness, over-excitable or irritable behaviour and loose droppings are often described as allergies by horse owners and are attributed to various different ingredients including molasses and alfalfa. But can horses have allergies? Are they truly allergic reactions and if so, how do we best manage them?
With a wide range of mashes available on the market including bran mashes and high fibre mash for horses, we’re giving you an insight into all you need to know. Read more.
Globally, soil represents a reservoir of carbon twice as high as that of the atmosphere. Good healthy soil also aids yields without the need for as many artificial inputs. For plants, their connection with the soil is through their roots and we thought we would share some fascinating facts about roots, soil and plants!
Although it hasn’t been a normal event season I am so grateful that I did get the opportunity to do some competitions and I couldn’t be happier with the ponies performances.
What a blast the British Dressage Young Horse Championships were, if slightly soggy from all the rain! I’m so proud of Iggy to have qualified and this was only his tenth time out,
We have been looking into ways to develop our packaging to ensure it is as environmentally-friendly as possible. We are proud to announce that we have now introduced recycled plastic into their packaging.
This isn't the blog I expected to write, but I am sure very few of us expected 2020 to turn out as it has! I had a fantastic training day with Dengie in January at Vale View and felt really excited for the season ahead with both girls in their prime and ready for an exciting progressive season.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a sales professional to work within the Dengie Sales Team in the North of England.
Well hasn’t the world changed?! In February, the word ‘Coronavirus’ was nothing more than a scary word or a looming nightmare, however lockdown has brought with it many silver linings.
It was a very different Nationals, but the organisation did superbly well. We were last to go (what a draw), Iggy was really very good and never let me down. He just kept with me, ignored the TV cameras and speakers.