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The New Feeding (Dutch)

The New Feeding (Dutch)

€37,50 Incl. BTW NL
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Practical Handbook for Better Horse Welfare Many of our normal actions related to feeding and training horses still originate from the previous century. It’s time for a change. To be able to feed a horse properly, it’s essential to improve and tailor the diet, ensuring that your horse can digest the food well. Also, consider the horse’s welfare!

Many of our normal actions regarding the feeding and training of horses generally date back to the previous century. It is therefore time for a change together. To feed horses properly, it is important that the diet is appropriate and that your horse can digest the food well. Processes within the horse are influenced by this. Think of teeth, age, and diseases. Furthermore, processes around the horse, such as training, housing, and group composition, must all be correct. Only then can we consider whether the horse needs a supplement as additional support, of good quality, and actually addressing the issue at hand. Check out our website for horse nutrition and supplements that you can order online.

"Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food."


"Physicians in the past used to swear this oath to Hippocrates, the founder of Western medicine. This becomes evident when we start feeding horses and ponies according to their natural minimum roughage needs. This approach results in far fewer problems and stable vices. When we zoom in further on nutrition, it will become apparent that many more veterinary issues are influenced or caused by an inappropriate diet. This endangers the well-being of the horse.

Drs. Annette van Weezel Errens graduated in 2004 with a major in Veterinary Medicine. Even back then, she was aware of a different preventive direction within veterinary medicine that piqued her interest, one that aligns more with the natural needs of animals. However, it also takes into account nature and aligns with sustainable circular agriculture. Something that is still relevant in today's world!

But with 'The New Feeding,' a new way of thinking has been adopted, and answers can be provided to many societal questions that the horse industry may face in the coming years in terms of horse welfare and care. Annette's vision was already awarded the HIP award in 2019 as a 'game-changer' in the equestrian sector."


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