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This Month on The Feed Line - New Horse New Feed?

19 May 2022
Simple System Fed Arabian Horse

The Feed Line has been busy with enquiries, many relating to under weight or over weight horses which is an indicator of the varied levels of grass growth across the UK. We offer a variety of pelleted and chopped forages, some to help add condition, such as Red Bag Grass Pellets and others that are high fibre low calorie forages such as our Organic Lucie Stalks.

Remember every horse is an individual. It's always sensible to check in with the Feed Line whenever your feel your horse needs a little extra or a little less!

Aside from this our most common subject so far this month is that many of you are considering switching your new horse from its existing diet to a natural, Simple System forage diet. A great place to start is with a tailored Feed Plan, which is a free service from our Feed Line. He are some handy hints when introducing our feed.

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🌟𝗪𝗜𝗡🌟 £100 of Millbry Hill Vouchers

16 May 2022
Millbry Hill & Simple System Horse Feeds £100 Voucher Competition

🌟𝗪𝗜𝗡🌟 To celebrate the launch of our 5th edition of 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗦𝗰𝗼𝗼𝗽 we have partnered with our friends at Millbry Hill Country Store to bring you this exciting competition 🥳

Enter from Wednesday 18th May 2022 for your chance to win £100 of Millbry Hill Vouchers.

To enter:

  1. Like both Simple System Horse Feeds and Millbry Hill Country Store Facebook pages 👍
  2. Tag 3 friends in the comments 👫👬👭
  3. Share to your story 📚

Competition closes 9th June 2022. One winner will be picked at random. Please note that the winner will be notified in the comments on this post only. There is no purchase necessary to enter. We will not message you or ask for bank details - please be aware of scam pages. Full T&C's below.

Not on Facebook? Not a problem! Send your answer to marketing@simplesystem.co.uk

Good luck! 🌟

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This Month on the Feed Line

20 April 2022

This month on the Feed Line we have had several people contact about their horses’ condition. It is normal and good if horses drop a little weight as they will gain weight with the grass. It is a worry if they get too light. Visible ribs and prominent hips suggest a horse could be underweight. If eating insufficient hay over winter, that gradual weight loss could become too much, so basics first – make sure your horse is getting enough hay or haylage to keep them filled up. For more serious weight loss, include soaked forage pellets with more feed value than hay. LucieNuts, Red Bag Grass Pellets, Sainfoin Pellets are all good. Read more

A message from Simple System

06 April 2022

Price Increase on 1st May 2022

Price increases are something that we do not take lightly, and we have worked to reduce and absorb as much as we can over the past twelve months. Unfortunately, the challenges faced in agriculture and food production mean we have seen changes to our costs that we’ve never experienced in the last 25 years. We believe that honesty and transparency are fundamental when it comes to your trust and your confidence in us and our feeds, so we want to give you fair warning along with a clear explanation. Read more

Spring is on the way! Spruce up your pasture…

18 March 2022

Before the grass starts growing too vigorously, it is a good time to reseed patches in your pasture that have been denuded over winter. A little extra grass seed spread in early spring can make a big difference to your grazing. There is not often any need to plough up and reseed from scratch – it is expensive, time consuming and can take even years to establish a strong turf. Paddocks in need of a spruce up should be grazed down then harrowed to loosen the surface and iron out lumps or bumps. New seed can then be broadcast by hand, or drilled very shallow. Read more

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