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  1. Freestep LamiAlert C.S.H

    Freestep LamiAlert C.S.H has been formulated to provide support for horses on restricted diet that are prone to gaining weight on fresh air. It's an affordable way to ensure your horse is receiving all of the nutrients which may be missing from a sugar and grass restricted diet, with the feeding rate being just one scoop per day.

    The addition of Vitex Agnus Castus helps to maintain a balanced hormonal system.

    Available in 145g, 250g or 500g

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  2. Shires Nylon Grazing Muzzle

    RRP £23.99

    From: £22.74

    Proven to help with controlled or restricted feeding regimes and special diets, the Shires Grazing Muzzle has undergone something of an upgrade to greatly enhance its comfort and wearability. Cut back under the chin to avoid unnecessary pressure and improve the fit, it features anti-chafe padding around inside of the muzzle to protect the delicate nose and chin. Head and throat straps feature comfort padding and are fully adjustable with field safe fastenings and a D ring for leading the horse. The muzzle further features a rubber base with a hole in the bottom through which grass can enter and reinforced nylon web bars which allow free air exchange.

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  3. Shires Plastic Muzzle

    RRP £8.99

    From: £8.09

    A plastic muzzle complete with nylon strap

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Laminitis is a very debilitating condition which is common is ponies and horses during the spring and autumn when grass contains a high level of soluble carbohydrate. Laminitis results in restricted blood flow to the fibres which hold the pedal bone in position within the hoof cavity and this causes the fibres to become damage and detached from the pedal bone. If the pedal bone rotates, it can be very damaging and in severe cases can lead to euthanasia of the affected horse or pony. Laminitis can be prevented by restricting the intake of grass during the high risk seasons along with good weight management. By using a grazing muzzle, you can effectively restrict the horse's intake of grass without causing disturbance to the horse's digestive system. Grazing muzzles allow for the horse to drink and eat but muzzles restrict the amount of grass that a horse can take in one bite. Online for Equine offer high quality grazing muzzles from Polly Products and Shires.