Lulu Part 2 A Calm Healthy Horse

Lulu Part 2 A Calm Healthy Horse

In part 1, a Compromised Horse I explained Lulu’s history and how she came to join my two (now three) so called ‘metabolic’ horses on our track.  It’s now January 2020 and it has finally stopped raining. I have been able to take some video and photos of Lulu having...
Bio-Diversity and the Diet

Bio-Diversity and the Diet

Quite rightly, people are cottoning on to the fact that horses in nature have a ‘diverse’ range of options available to them as forage.  This has lead to a view that herbal preparations can provide a substitute source of the nutritional variety that horses...
Management Protocols

Management Protocols

There are hundreds of products on the modern feed market and even more ideas about why they represent the good, the bad and the ugly in terms of horse nutrition. As a result, a lot of us owners soon get quite confused about what is best for our horses. Over the years...
Whats in your bucket ?

Whats in your bucket ?

The simple balanced bucket that we advocate is not designed to trick the horse into eating something he doesn’t want or need. As long as changes are made slowly, horses soon appreciate a healthier bucket feed that provides the nutritents they need – without the...
When I use Alleviate C

When I use Alleviate C

In the beginning, when horses have issues, we recommend feeding GrazeEzy and Alleviate C in combination.   In simple terms, Alleviate C  is designed to address the “grass affected” issues we see when our horses’ mineral profile is unbalanced. When this happens,...
Track Alternatives

Track Alternatives

Not everyone is in a position to use the track system as their method of horse  management. For perfectly good reasons, other people don’t want to! There are definitely other systems that work really well for some people and their horses.  In my experience, it...