Expert Advice: Horse - Feeding & Nutrition

  • Feeding the laid back horse

    Feeding the laid back horse

  • Protein – Friend or Foe?

    Protein – Friend or Foe?

  • sycamore-seeds

    Toxic plants for horses: Sycamore Maple

  • 10 Rules of Feeding

    10 Rules of Feeding

  • Feeding for Condition

    Feeding for Condition

  • What are NOPS?

    What are NOPS?

  • Feeding the Event Horse

    Feeding the Event Horse

  • Sales Prep Part 1: Skeletal Development

    Sales Prep Part 1: Skeletal Development

  • Sales Prep Part 2: Conditioning Muscle & Topline

    Sales Prep Part 2: Conditioning Muscle & Topline

  • Sales Prep Part 3: Coat Condition

    Sales Prep Part 3: Coat Condition

  • Sales Prep Part 4: Behaviour and Temperament

    Sales Prep Part 4: Behaviour and Temperament

  • Assessing your horse’s body condition score

    Assessing your horse’s body condition score

  • How do I prepare my horse for winter?

    How do I prepare my horse for winter?

  • Feeding the Good-Doer

    Feeding the Good-Doer

  • Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)

    Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS)

  • Nutritional Management Throughout Weaning

    Nutritional Management Throughout Weaning

  • Colic Part 1: Types of Colic

    Colic Part 1: Types of Colic

  • Colic Part 2: Minimizing the Risk

    Colic Part 2: Minimizing the Risk

We are often bombarded with conflicting advice and opinions on starch. Do horses need starch at all? What is it and how does the horse digest it? How ...

From our blog Horses

Soya in Horse Feed

The main source of quality protein in Connolly’s RED MILLS feed is soya.