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Insulin Dysregulation is a disorder where horses and ponies are unable to correctly regulate their insulin levels in response to a normal physiologic process, such as eating. Find out how to identify potential signs of horses at a higher risk of Insulin Dysregulation.....

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It’s great when new research comes out about how we should be feeding and managing our horses, but it isn’t always easy to see how to put that research into practice. Here are Rachel O'Sullivans' top tips on how to enrich your horses forage environment...

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We all know that we should exercise our good-doers but it is very easy to overlook the exercise part of our weight management plan. A study published this year* has shown the benefits of exercise alongside diet restriction for our good-doer horses and ponies. Find out what the research says.....

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Horses are designed to eat for up to 18 hours per day and, when grazing, will selectively forage on a wide range of different grass species. This browsing behaviour is often limited for the stabled horse who are usually only provided with one type of forage. Find out how to improve your horses browsing behaviour...

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An interesting study looking at the effects of feeding low starch diets to horses. Click the link to read more....

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Rachel O'Sullivan provides her top tips for reducing the starch levels of your horse’s diet

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