Feed Times

Welcome to the 7th  edition of FEED TIMES .The Pegus Horse Feed produced publication and e-newsletter provides a series of articles focused on horse health equine nutrition, competition news and rider profiles. FEED TIMES content is contributed by some of the world leading researchers , veterinarians and equine nutritionists.

Features our own Declan Cullen who represented Ireland at the Nations Cup in Holland , Electrolytes Feeding, winter feeding,, Calcium and much more

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Features Feeding the broodmare , Far away fields , Saliva, Horsehealth Cubes  feeding innovation and much more

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Features …Feeding a Balance Pellet …Feeding the Older Horse..Biotin…Compose a good ration for your horse….Happy Customers ..Bloodstock on the Boyne , insight  to one of Ireland,s leading national hunt studs at Broadmill Stud and the Flood family .

 

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Features : Feeding the Broodmare ,…. Getting the Balance for Overweight broodmares,….Horses need salt,…..Keep those joints moving,……. Keeping healthy lungs ……. .features interview  with Crawford Bros Racing .

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Features : Proteins …How to condition score …Success young and old…Getting the Balance…Protein requirements for young and old….Cormac Rafferty A1-N17 …..Circle of Nutrition

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Features …Digestion…Starch in Horse Feed Rations…Reinventing Horse Feed…Prepare for grazing this Spring
Pegus Sponsorship …Hands on Hogan insight to Denis Hogan the trainer and jockey
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Featured Articles
The Digestive System …The Mouth Cavity…Winter Feeding…Omegas for Horses…Choosing Roughage…Missunited…Susie Berry

Good Food Guide

  • Always ensure access to fresh water at all times
  • Feed by Weight, not Volume
  • Try and ensure feeding is regular and consistent
  • Adjust quantities of feed as necessary
  • Introduce changes to the horses diet slowly, as to reduce the incident of digestive upset
  • Ensure a good worming regime is in place
  • Check teeth regularly
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