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Welcome... into the merry month of May and for some, really unnecessary storms which a 'wise' local called April showers!!
With loads of hay around sales of our double walled haynets (wSJR) are going well, you may well have seen articles in Horse and Hound and other publications and blogs about the benefits of eating slowly. All the advice for horses going out to grass now - take it slowly and reduce the chances of laminitis or other digestive issues.
For those with competition horses, of all standards, a handy hint to keep the acid levels down in the stomach, is to feed a little fibre half an hour before you go out. This forms a blanket in the stomach and reduces acid splash. Something like 80% of horses are said to have had or suffer from ulcers, Protexin Acid Ease is a GREAT product to help.