What to Feed a Late Term Pregnant Mare

Written by Sabrina Barnwell MVB MRCVS on 22 January 2016

What to Feed a Late Term Pregnant Mare

What to feed a late term pregnant mare creeps into mind for owners as we enter the foaling season. Our guide will help horse owners produce a healthy foal!

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At Home With Anna Edwards

Written by Fiona Molloy on 17 December 2015

At Home With Anna Edwards

We popped into visit Anna Edwards after winning the Connolly’s RED MILLS Senior Newcomers final at HOYS, where we chatted about her horses and what products are most suitable for her.

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How to Make a Horse’s Coat Shine

Written by Catherine Rudenko on 20 October 2015

How to Make a Horse’s Coat Shine

The condition of a horse’s coat is a sign of their overall health; a shiny coat is the sign of a healthy and happy horse, while a dull coat is a result from a lack of nutrition in your horse's diet.

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Getting to Know Nikki Crisp

Written by Laura Hoey on 12 October 2015

Getting to Know Nikki Crisp

Our nutritionist Laura Hoey was out on the road recently visiting our RED MILLS ambassador, international dressage rider Nikki Crisp. It is all go at Team Crisp’s Newmarket base...

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Five Minutes with Scott Brash – Rolex Grand Slam Winner

Written by Fiona Molloy on 23 September 2015

Five Minutes with Scott Brash – Rolex Grand Slam Winner

The RED MILLS team are delighted to be nutritional partner to some of the world’s top riders. At the beginning of the 2015 show jumping season, world number one showjumper Scott Brash joined our team of RED MILLS Ambassadors.

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What Is Protein in a Horses Diet?

Written by Laura Hoey on 08 September 2015

What Is Protein in a Horses Diet?

Recently when I have been out on the road or attending events with work, a common question I am asked is, what is protein in a horses diet? Today is my day at the desk, so I decided to pop a short blog together to explain in a bit more detail...

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Watson Sets the Bar High

Written by Sam Watson on 18 August 2015

 Watson Sets the Bar High

Firstly, apologies for the lack of blogging this year. Truth be told, looking back is not a strength of mine – whether things go well or not, the lessons to be learned are usually done so within hours and thereafter the moment is history.

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Yearling Feeding Program Guidelines

Written by Catherine Rudenko on 06 August 2015

Yearling Feeding Program Guidelines

A well developed, muscular and tall looking yearling is very desirable but is it always achievable? When bringing a yearling in from the field with prep work in mind it is important to be realistic about what can be done and what can’t.

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