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  Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) has 2 forms: squamous (ESGD) and glandular (EGGD), based on where in the stomach they are found. All horses can be affected, from foals, competition horses, pleasure horses and even our retired companions being...
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From winter deep cleaning to quick spring washes, hot towelling is a great option, and a versatile too. Even if it's not warm enough for a full bath, you can still achieve a sparkling clean horse! Hot towelling is really...
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Boswellia has become a go-to ingredient for jointcare for both performance and older horses who are experiencing stiffness and wear and tear - but what is Boswellia? Boswellia serrata is a plant native to India, North Africa and the Middle...
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During summer months, the sunlight shining on the grass can increase photosynthesis, which boosts sugar levels in the grass. The sugars are not synthesised into fibres for growth as much when there is no rain, and as the growth happens...
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