Your horse's well-being is the heart of everything we do. Take the reins in promoting their allostasis and witness the transformative difference these equine supplements can make. Embrace the power of allostasis, and unlock your horse's full potential.
Getting any hay is difficult this season, let alone low sugar hay that is suitable for our horses. So what can you do if you can’t get hold of low sugar hay - or any hay at all for that matter? Equine Nutritionist Nikita Stowers shares some feeds and strategies to help you provide effective amounts of forage for your horse to maintain a healthy gut and good condition.
The term grass affected is often used by horse owners and equine professionals - but is “grass affected” based in science, or just a catch-all to explain our horse’s behaviour? The truth is, it’s a bit of both. Here's specific list based on science and expert knowledge of what is in grass that can affect our horses.
By: Sam Potter (BSc(Hons), MPhilVSc (Equine Nutrition) Resplendent though it is with butterflies, baby birds and long-awaited warm weather, spring ...
Horses who are often overweight are likely to be at higher risk of health complications, including Insulin Resistance or Deregulation, and Laminitis among others. Keeping your horse at a healthy weight level is an essential step to long term health and wellbeing.
It may not be what you have been told - but the best way to manage laminitis is to return the horse’s metabolism to its healthy state. To do this, we must provide free-choice long stem forage.
Many horses and ponies have participated in trialing MetaboLize® separately. Every person reported positive changes in their animals’ health and wellbeing, including benefits like increased energy and willingness to move, a reduction in fat lumps, easier weight management, and reduced episodes of laminitis. Find out why!
We all know of horses who are mentally stressed by travel – but even horses who travel calmly are likely to be concealing mental and physical stress. Travelling can often be unpredictable and uncontrollable for horses. Here's how to minimise the impact of travel on your horse and their health.
The Poseidon Team will be on stand M1 at Equifest this October and we're hoping to meet you there! Make sure you've joined the Poseidon Rewards Club so you get our member's email show specials!
At the worst stage over her five years of being affected, Money had multiple major lesions along the cannon bone, as well as all over her heels. They were very sensitive to sunlight, so if she got too much exposure to sun it would make things worse. Gut support has changed everything.
Stomach ulcers (also called gastric ulcers) are one of the biggest challenges you can face as a horse owner. Unfortunately, ulcers in horses are ex...