increase in illness, disease and infections in young horses
is an undesirable fact that we are confronted with daily.
This sad fact is confirmed through the growth of horse clinics
within Europe - increasing at an alarming rate and with
more patients than they can deal with!
spread ailments ranging from respiratory problems, to chronic
lameness, back and muscle problems are to name just a few
of the reasons why horses are withdrawn from riding sport
at an early age, before reaching their prime and optimal
performance level. Other symptoms such as a lack of motivation,
lack of energy, allergy related symptoms, excema, poor coat
and digestive disturbances are also on the increase. Instead
of having pleasure in keeping a horse - modern day horse
owners are constantly being confronted with problems related
to the method employed in keeping a horse, should the horse
be kept in, let out, how long should the horse be allowed
to graze, day or night, what food should be given, what
supplements and treatments are necessary, how often should
my horse be exercised, and for how long?
question of feeding is not a simple one and plays a large
role in the general health of the horse as it does by us
too. The Marengo© feeding concept eliminates
the factors within a conventional diet that are a burden
to the horse's metabolism. As we recognised the oncoming
increase in inefficient diet and feeding plans we have been
able to develop an effective feeding plan over the last
17 with success. The Marengo© feeding plan
for horses gives you the information required in order to
feed your horse correctly and most importantly effectively.
Through systematic planning you will be able to eliminate
the risks involved when feeding synthetic feeds or supplements
that only act as a burden on the horse's general well being.
Your horse will show his appreciation in an improved performance
and healthy appearance.
healthy horse is a happy horse!
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horse, horses, feeding, healing, cure, colic, cuteanous diseases, itching,
mycosis, pain, lose of appetite, inflammation, cough, diseases of the
respiratory ducts, brocken wind, bronchitits, cold, influenza, allergy,faitness,
muscular problems, strain, diseases and injuries of the limbs, splint,
windgall, capped hock, grease, sprained tendon, lameness, recovery of
the horse, feed requirements, utilisation of the feed, phytamine, vitamines,
minerals, biotin, vital substances, herbs, herb tablets, back problems,
hoofs, harmony, mental balance, metabolism, wholesome horse nutrition,
intestine, nerves, nervousness, tendonitis, trace elements, unsaturated
fatty acids, stamina