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TOXIN BINDERS AND WHY YOUR HORSES NEED THEM

Why do your horses need a Toxin Binder?  There has been considerable research conducted in relation to pasture related mycotox...

 

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FROSTY COOL WEATHER, ITS EFFECTS ON GRASS AND YOUR HORSES

Is your horse suffering from severe spookiness, staggers, being very touchy, girthyness or lying down a lot at the moment?  Frosty weather can potentially caus...

 

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HAY BELLY IN HORSES

Hay Belly - what it looks like and how to treat it. Many people believe that hay belly means that the horse is eating too much hay, but this is not the case. Symptoms of Ha...

 

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COMMON NEW ZEALAND GRASSES AND BROADLEAF PLANTS

DUWELL is passionate about bringing you the information that will make a profound difference to your horse's health and behaviour.  ...

 

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WHY ARE HORSES NOT NAUGHTY?

There are quite a few myths out there in regard to horses being "Naughty”.    ...

 

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IS MY HORSE AFFECTED BY MY GRASS?

Symptoms and things that can go wrong

Symptoms of pasture or feed-related mineral imbalances and Mycotoxicity can have the same symptoms.  Adding a toxin binder is great way to make sure you horse is covered for every eventuali...

 

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PASPALUM - A POTENTIAL HEALTH RISK FOR YOUR HORSE?

What you need to know -

Paspalum has had a bumper year this year. Previously there has been little issue with Paspalum in the area where I live. Most people have a small amount in their pasture but as it is rather unpalatabl...

 

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SPRING GRASS

Disaster Pasture or What!?

It is well known that spring grass can have a dramatic effect on your horse’s health and behaviour. Understanding the reasons why this happens will help you avoid likely problems. ...

 

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