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Should I stop feeding my horse when the grass is richer?


Its a common question that horse owners find themselves asking in the spring & summer when there’s lots of lush rich grass growing.

Check out the top advice from Spillers on the infographic.

And as always we’ve got you covered with the following Spillers balancers in stock;

Daily Balancer
Lite + Lean Balancer
Original Multi Balancer
Supple + Senior Balancer

If you need help deciding which feed is right for your horse, do not hesitate to contact us!


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Robotic Milking and Post Milking Teat Protection Article

The benefits of automatic milking of dairy cows are numerous and becoming ever more recognised. Advances in not only the technology available in robot systems, but the understanding of how they can impact dairies, is resulting in fast development of the whole area of automation on farm.

Click download below to read the full article featured in Farmers and Growers January 2018 edition.