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WIN A SUPER HAY CUBE #29

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WIN A SUPER HAY CUBE

 Respiratory Benefits
Feeding at ground level allows the respiratory system to work naturally & most effectively as there is decreased exposure to respiratory irritants.
 More importantly, a lowered head and neck position encourages natural airway drainage; this is the first line of defense against deep inhalation of food and prevents dust-related particles from hitting the walls of the airways and embedding in the mucous membrane which can lead to chest and lung infection and respiratory complaints such a COPD.
Left dry, millions of tiny dust particles are consumed by horses in their hay daily. Soaking hay is a simple but very effective way of removing dust particles and other unwanted spores that are crucial to the good management of conditions such as COPD and HYPP.
Postural Benefits
Feeding in a ‘natural’ downward position ensures there is very minimal tension through the neck and back; therefore working as a natural stretch of the horse’s top line, keeping the joints and muscles supple & minimising strain.
When feeding from a hay net or high wall-mounted hay rack, the horse has to use their neck and back muscles in an incorrect posture, causing unnecessary strain and potential injury.
A combination of correct training and a good feeding routine will go a long way to improving and maintaining good equine posture and suppleness.
Weight Management
The necessity for soaking hay is becoming ever more increasingly common with modern day horse keeping. More horses are now being barn / stabled kept and the quality of hay is often unreliable and inconsistent meaning that intake levels of carbohydrates and potassium are hard to monitor.
The reduction of potassium and carbohydrates by soaking are essential in the management of laminitis, metabolic and dietary conditions where intake levels must be closely monitored.
In order to make an informed decision about what you are feeding your equine, Nicola Tyler BSc (Hons), Nutrition Director of Topspec & Anna Welch BVSc, MRCVS advise that hay is sent for analysis. Whilst waiting for the results, in order to be pro-active they advise that hay is soaked in plenty of cold or lukewarm water for 3-12 hours as this allows a significant percentage of the sugars it contains to leach out in to the water.

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WIN A SUPER HAY CUBE

 Respiratory Benefits
Feeding at ground level allows the respiratory system to work naturally & most effectively as there is decreased exposure to respiratory irritants.
 More importantly, a lowered head and neck position encourages natural airway drainage; this is the first line of defense against deep inhalation of food and prevents dust-related particles from hitting the walls of the airways and embedding in the mucous membrane which can lead to chest and lung infection and respiratory complaints such a COPD.
Left dry, millions of tiny dust particles are consumed by horses in their hay daily. Soaking hay is a simple but very effective way of removing dust particles and other unwanted spores that are crucial to the good management of conditions such as COPD and HYPP.
Postural Benefits
Feeding in a ‘natural’ downward position ensures there is very minimal tension through the neck and back; therefore working as a natural stretch of the horse’s top line, keeping the joints and muscles supple & minimising strain.
When feeding from a hay net or high wall-mounted hay rack, the horse has to use their neck and back muscles in an incorrect posture, causing unnecessary strain and potential injury.
A combination of correct training and a good feeding routine will go a long way to improving and maintaining good equine posture and suppleness.
Weight Management
The necessity for soaking hay is becoming ever more increasingly common with modern day horse keeping. More horses are now being barn / stabled kept and the quality of hay is often unreliable and inconsistent meaning that intake levels of carbohydrates and potassium are hard to monitor.
The reduction of potassium and carbohydrates by soaking are essential in the management of laminitis, metabolic and dietary conditions where intake levels must be closely monitored.
In order to make an informed decision about what you are feeding your equine, Nicola Tyler BSc (Hons), Nutrition Director of Topspec & Anna Welch BVSc, MRCVS advise that hay is sent for analysis. Whilst waiting for the results, in order to be pro-active they advise that hay is soaked in plenty of cold or lukewarm water for 3-12 hours as this allows a significant percentage of the sugars it contains to leach out in to the water.

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Welcome to the Award-Winning Equine Giveaways!
🔴No Timer Extensions, In fact, they normally close early! ⏰🔴Guaranteed Draw ✅ Live Draws ALWAYS Carried Out Live📺
 You have to be in it to win it, get your tickets now: ⬇
🥳Join Our Winners List Today 🥳 Our Award Award-winning social Community of Over 40,000 Followers have already been winning with us For Over 3 Years! 
4,500 of our Community Have Already Won 2.5 Million Pounds Worth of Prizes to Date! Rated on Trust Pilot & Google ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
 We aim to make contact within 48 hours of all live draws.   Good Luck! Hayley & Krystina x    
#youvegottobeinittowinit