We have been busy as usual with enquiries from customers who are concerned about their horses and we love being able to offer some suggestions that could help improve things for these horses. We are lately getting a lot of enquiries about suitable diets for horses with ulcers and also laminitis – these seem to be recurring issues which cause so much angst for horse owners. Feeding and appropriate management can make a big difference to horses’ recovery and avoiding future recurrence. Read more
We are very sorry to say that we are out of stock of Sainfoin Brix. Due to popular demand our Sainfoin has sold very quickly this year.
Our Sainfoin Brix will be back in stock in the summer when our new crop of Sainfoin is harvested in June.
As an alternative we have plenty of MeadowBrix in stock. Our MeadowBrix are made from 100% Timothy grass. Read more
EXCITING NEWS... this year is our 25th Birthday!
Founded in 1996, Simple System stands by its principle of Simple Equine Nutrition – Responsible Equine Management. We aim to help you work with your horse’s unique digestive system.
25 years on and we have helped thousands of horse-owners find the very best feeds for their horse. We would like to thank all of our customers for their support and loyalty - we wouldn't be here without you.
Keep an eye on our website and social media pages for lots of special birthday content and exciting competitions as we mark the occasion and celebrate 25 years of Simple System Horse Feeds. Read more
Has your horse's workload increased to prepare for a return to competition? Your horse may need additional nutritional support, especially at a time when we are still waiting for the spring grass to arrive and the cooler temperatures mean no grass growth. Red Bag Grass Pellets are ideal to add to your horse's diet, even in small quantities. These high protein grass pellets provide all the benefits of spring grass, in a bag! Read more
What a changeable month February has been! With the temperatures creeping up – though it doesn’t always feel like it – the grass is beginning to grow. Once the soil is above 6 deg. C. the grass will start to get going. If your horses are enjoying some turn out, you may not notice this growth, as the horses will be nipping off all those tasty, tender shoots as soon as they pop above the parapet. The horse’s gut will notice! You may see that the droppings are a bit softer and greener than usual and this could be a sign that susceptible horses are at greater risk of laminitis. Read more