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Hi Form Horse Feed Minefield Blog Dec 21

22 comments on “The Horse Feed Minefield

  • Hi Claire, just wanted to say what an informative to the point article this is . Using your products has definitely made me look at what I’m putting in to my horses .
    Here’s to healthy happy horses x

  • cbrimblecombe says:

    Thanks Claire for your continued support having started to see improvements in Charlie I will start my other horse on Oxydane & look forward to seeing how he responds- Caroline

  • copleylodge says:

    For the first time since owning a horse I am completely confident in my feeding/supplement regime thanks to Hi Form oxydane and proflamaid along with following their advice on feeding straights. Their health shines out of them.

  • charlottepoole says:

    Fantastic read, so down to the point but informative. To have someone who practises what they preach and have the ability to share it with all of us is just amazing. The products you sell are second to none.

  • I’ve had a very informative conversation with Claire today. A very helpful and knowledgeable lady and I look forward to starting my boy on Hiform, excited for the future. Further review will follow with our progress! 🙂

  • sunnybrae916 says:

    good read– knew this stuff, why did i listen to other people instead of listening to my gut instinct– i’m a numpty!

  • leahhiggins says:

    Great re-educated read. Looking forward to making my purchase and starting a new love with the Hiform family/team 😊

  • karenmcbain says:

    Hi really enjoyed reading your information it does make sense. I have stopped using a balancer and used Oxydane instead with a chaff i feel I have seen some positive results. Bee is 4 she has just been backed it’s going really well, she can be a moody mare but we have seen a difference with the Oxydane, we are just going to add cold pressed linseed oil into her feed. You say you’re supplements may be more expensive but actually I don’t feel im paying much more and I am noticing a difference

    • Elaine Martin says:

      Thank you for this important research! My first riding instructor many years ago (I’m 70 now) insisted on whole oats – my 1st horse lived to 34 – less sugar – healthier teeth. Thanks for the reminder of K.I. S. S.🐴♥️ Planning to add a vitamin supplement because I my two geldings are champions at 16 and 22 yrs – my Best riding partners!

  • Melanie Ellis says:

    Great read, looking forward to seeing how well my boy does at his next scope in a months time with the helpful advice!

  • I believe in hi form totally. I have such a peace of mind about their supplements. The proof ofcourse stands in front of me. Happy, healthy, glowing skin, moving well, doing their job well, no ulcer related behaviour, truly content and willing. Thankyou

  • I couldn’t agree more! Brilliant article
    The only bit I’m confused about is whole oats. I always feed oats but rolled as the whole oats just pass through undigested.

  • Kelly Marston says:

    I can’t believe the difference in my mare after my 2nd subscription . Took a few weeks to come off the sugar . Now bloat free and the shine is wow ! Even after been out in the rain . The support is next level ❤️ Thank you Claire

    Kelly and bee 🥰

  • Deborah Collins says:

    In every feeding program for your horse a good quality hay should be number one. Of course fresh water at all times, but I do not believe oats as being the grain of choice. Oats are very high in sugar. Sugar is very bad for horses with metibolic issues especially insulin resistance and Cushing’s disease. Even if my horse didn’t have a metibolic condition I would prefer not to have him on high sugar..

  • jemmagovier1992 says:

    Hi Claire,

    This article has been so interesting to read, and really makes you sit back and re-think, it definitely has with me, I thought monty’s diet was spot on, however I now see that what I thought was benefiting him, really wasn’t.
    Today was the first day of starting Monty on the detox and oxydane and I can’t wait to see the results.


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