Forage Replacement: Feeding Rates

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Dr Tom Shurlock, Consultant Nutritionist provides advice on feeding rates for the British Horse Feeds products, Speedi-Beet and Fibre-Beet, to help manage and maximise the nutrient profile of forage... There are three ways in which…

Forage Replacement and Management

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Dr Tom Shurlock, Consultant Nutritionist at British Horse Feeds offers advice on the importance of fibre and forage replacement to ensure your horse gets the very best nutrition. The Importance of Forage Fibre is one…

Feeding Fibre-Beet as a Pre-Exercise Meal

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Dr Tom Shurlock, Consultant Nutritionist for British Horse Feeds explains how exercise can affect the stomach and why feeding Fibre-Beet as a pre-exercise meal can help keep the gut healthy. It is generally accepted that…

The Benefits of Feeding a Warming Mash in Winter

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Dr Tom Shurlock, Consultant Nutritionist for British Horse Feeds explains how a warming mash can help with a number of issues associated with winter feeding. Winter brings a number of issues around stabling, feeding and…

Providing Energy and Oil

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In this issue Dr Tom Shurlock, consultant nutritionist for British Horse Feeds talks us through providing the right kind of energy and oil for the competition horse. Energy is a simple term for a complex…

Feeding Cooked Linseed – The Benefits

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By Dr Tom Shurlock, Consultant Nutritionist.  Linseed oil has long been a popular supplement for equines. The rapid improvement in shine indicates, to the owner, better skin and coat condition. However, the benefit of the oil goes beyond this. Linseed oil provides…