Help: my horse is headshaking!

what is it headshaking? Headshaking is characterised by a sharp, usually vertical movement of the head, although rotatory or horizontal headshaking is occasionally seen. This has been described as ..

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DOs & DON'Ts when removing a Tick

How to remove a Tick safely?   So, you've found a tick on your horse, dog, cat or even on yourself, so how do you go about removing it safely? Read further to find out the DOs & DON..

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Tick awareness: Lyme Disease

Treatments for Lyme Disease in the Equine By Dr Joyce Harman DVM, MRCVS There is no magic bullet in treating chronic LD cases. The best approach is a multi-systemic one, using a combination of..

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Want to work for Hilton Herbs?

Location: Somerset Email: hilary@hiltonherbs.com Job Type: French Retail & Trade Sales Support & Development Job Description: Full Time Position 8.00am – 4.00 pm Monday &nda..

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Straight from the horse's mouth

Words from Julie - a happy horse, is a happy customer: Thornton was on Loan and unfortunately developed White Lines Disease after getting an abscess which was poorly treated and managed.  The ..

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Straight from the horse's mouth

Words from Sara - a happy horse, is a happy customer: I bought GastriX after a recommendation from my barefoot trimmer who had seen the benefits another of her clients had with this product. I have..

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Stress Free Turnout: Spring Grass

At long last Spring is on its way, with this we can start to turn our horses out more and they will be loving the lush spring grass.  ‘Dr Green’ as many old school equestrians refer t..

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Stand by cameras - roll!

It’s a wrap! Those are exactly the words you want to hear at the end of a heavy day’s filming - but filming what?? We’d been discussing re-doing the product videos on our websi..

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