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If you’ve got a quick question, you might find the answer here.  We’ve tried to think of everything and the category headers should help you find what you’re looking for.  If you’re interested in a bit of background reading, we’ve given you links to the relevant articles in our extensive Nutrition Library too.
 
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How much feed a scoop holds, meal sizes, reading the back of a feed bag and other miscellaneous questions!
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Assess your horse’s condition and why he may have lost weight as well as what to feed and how to prevent weight loss in the future.
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How to feed those that get “fat on thin air”, assess their body condition and help them lose weight, if necessary.
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Feeding the fizzy type or a horse who’s lazy, plus what to do if your horse is fussy.
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How much to feed, whether to choose haylage or hay and the role of chaffs, as well as “to soak or not to soak”.
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When to switch to a veteran feed, coping with failing teeth and other age-related disorders.
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Discover when to feed a competition feed, how to promote stamina and promote top line as well as when to feed oats and other energy sources.
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How to change your horse's diet when on box rest as well as ensuring he keeps a healthy gut, maintains condition and receives optimum nutrition for recovery.
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What causes laminitis, which horses are most at risk as well as feeding the overweight laminitic and one who needs to gain condition.
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Find out what causes tying-up and how adapting your feeding can help manage it.
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Find out what causes gastric ulcers, what the symptons are and how feeding can help.
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The difference between allergies and intolerances, how to find out whether your horse suffers from one and choosing the right feed.
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Feeding for fertility and the in-foal mare as well as growing foals, weaning and preparing youngsters for the show or sales ring.
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All you need to know about Baileys' preferred beet products, Speedi-Beet and Fibre-Beet.
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