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Why February is ideal to add EquiNectar to your horse’s routine

Initiating EquiNectar supplementation in February is a strategic measure, rooted in the understanding that the equine gut microbiome requires a period of 4-6 weeks to optimally adjust to dietary changes. This adjustment period is crucial as it aligns with the anticipated arrival of spring grass, which is typically high in fructans.

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Deep dive into electrolytes for horses

Electrolytes for horses

Electrolytes are essential minerals that play a crucial role in maintaining physiological balance in horses. These minerals, including sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, and magnesium, are pivotal in numerous bodily functions. They are especially important in regulating nerve and muscle function, balancing fluid levels, and supporting proper hydration.

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Wet weather and flooded fields: Adjusting to Changes in Grazing and Diet

Wet weather in the UK poses several challenges for horse owners, primarily in terms of managing their horses’ diet and routine. Understanding the impact of these changes on equine gut health is crucial. Supplements like EquiNectar can play a supportive role in easing these transitions and maintaining a healthy gut microbiome.

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Horse of the week – HENRY

My instructor suggested I try EquiNectar after various gut supplements, balancers, and pro/prebiotics proved ineffective. Within ten days, Henry was moving forward into upward transitions and offering a contact without discomfort. His stomach has remained stable through seasonal and grass changes, which means he can sustain his workload without needing breaks for everything to settle.

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EquiNectar’s Enzymes Tackle Toxins

Dr. Rosemary Waring is a renowned expert in equine health and a co-founder of EquiNectar, a leading company dedicated to improving horse nutrition and digestive health. With a background in veterinary science and extensive research in equine nutrition, Dr. Waring has made significant contributions to our understanding of endotoxins and their impact on horses. Her expertise and dedication to equine health have made her a respected authority in the field. Here we present answers to questions about endotoxins and hindgut disease.

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