Horse Care - In The Field

PADDOCK MAINTENANCE - Part 2 Spraying, Topping and Fertilizing Your Grassland

PART 2  Following on from the first part of paddock maintenance (CLICK HERE FOR PART 1), the next stage of management involves the spraying, topping and fertilizing of the pasture.  Spraying Spring time is just around the corner, honest! Sunny…

FIELD KEPT HORSES IN WINTER - Winter check list and rules

If you're keeping your horse out during winter there are a few on going checks youl need to make now - and a few rules you'll have to observe throughout the winter season.  Winter Checks Ensure your fencing is secure.…

PADDOCK CARE: Don’t be Lulled by Lush Green Paddocks!

The recent spell of warm dry weather has given a much needed boost to ourwinter-beaten paddocks, but don’t be lulled into cutting corners when it comes to grass nutrition. That’s the warning from paddock expert,Chris Wilton of G-uup AgriBio Services…

G-UPP - Feed your paddock right .... and you feed your horse right

The Revolutionary Way To Keep Paddocks Healthy Without Lush Growth Prepare Your Paddock for Next SeasonPlace your order now www.g-upp.com  The recent mix of sunshine and rainfall has helped to give many struggling pastures a much needed spring boost, but…

IS YOUR PADDOCK UNDER STRESS THIS WINTER? - Prevent your paddock from becoming 'Horse Sick'

G-UPP - Feed your paddock right .... and you feed your horse right IS YOUR PADDOCK UNDER STRESS THIS WINTER? Then start thinking ahead and PREVENT them from becoming 'horse sick' for the spring.....   This winter has been extremely…

WARNING - Make sure you have a year-round fencing plan for Laminitic horses and ponies

Reliable, portable fencing is a key factor in the management of laminitic horses and Gallagher, the agricultural fencing specialist, is urging owners to take time to consider the best type of fencing for their animals.   For laminitic horse and…
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