Blog - Category Archives: Equine Nutritional Info

I have been feeding HAP products to my horses for the past 4 years. What I love about it is the simplicity of feeding. I know all their vitamins & mineral needs are covered & don’t need to worry about them lacking something in their diet. I also feed them the flax oil which again

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Remember a horse’s natural diet is forage – supplements are there just to provide what natural feeds cannot. The HAP Two Step Diet Plan is designed to be easy to feed, cost effective and extremely flexible. The Two Step Diet Plan is based around feeding supplements independently, ensuring more control over your horse’s diet and

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For optimum health and performance, it is vital that a horse receives a healthy and balanced diet. As our knowledge into the horse’s digestive system has grown, it has become more and more evident that horses should be fed a more natural diet – which is high in fibre. A balanced diet for a horse

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This short article is intended to provide a few tips to help keep your horse in ‘tip top’ condition during the changing seasons. In spring, the longer hours of sunlight and warmer conditions can lead to major changes in the management and diets of horses. After a winter of hay/haylage, being turned out to FRESH

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This short article details the main sources of energy in a horse’s diet and how this can relate to a horse’s behaviour. The two main energy sources in a horse’s diet are: 1. Carbohydrates 2. Fats and Oils   1.       Carbohydrates Carbohydrates can be categorised into sugars, starch and fibre. Sugars and starch are the main energy source in cereal

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This short article details just some of the benefits of feeding an oil supplement and why we (at Healthy Animal Products) believe Cold Pressed Flax Oil is superior to any other straight oil supplement on the market. The benefits of feeding oil to a horse: Promotes a lovely shiny/glossy coat A concentrated energy source that is

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For horses in light to medium work, why not try feeding . . .  A good quality chop/chaff with soaked sugar beet to provide a palatable, nutritious base feed. To this add <Ultimin Gold> (a top-quality broad spectrum mineral and vitamin supplement with the added benefit of probiotic live yeast to help digestion and gut efficiency) to

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