Think Mud
Nov04

Think Mud

Mud fever is probably one of the most frustrating winter ailments and a condition which looks fairly harmless to start with but can rapidly become inflamed and painful, requiring stable rest and expensive veterinary treatment. One of the ways in which you can help is by supporting your horse nutritionally by feeding Brinicombe Equine’s, Think Mud. It’s a nutritional aid that works naturally from the inside to support skin...

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Mud-X Cream
Oct03

Mud-X Cream

Designed for use with our food supplement Mud-X. Mud-X and Mud-X Cream together can help to keep you and your horse safe and sound throughout even the worst winters. Mud-X Cream can also be used on heels and greasy areas and any skin throughout the year, even in summer. When you bring your horse in from the field wash off all mud well and dry before applying Mud-X Cream to any specifically troublesome spots. Prices RRP: 200g  £16.00....

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Mud fever treatment
Oct03

Mud fever treatment

Winter can herald the onset of muddy gateways and boggy fields.  Horses that are turned out during winter can all be predisposed to the potentially chronic condition; mud fever.  Mud fever occurs when the skin’s protective barrier becomes compromised through periods of exposure to mud and wet conditions.  Micro-organisms enter the skin and cause bacterial infections which, if left untreated can cause swelling, pain and lameness. We...

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In The Spotlight Mud Fever
Oct03

In The Spotlight Mud Fever

Mud rash – what’s  that ? Richard Knight BVetMed MRCVS on behalf of Peter Fenton Equine Vets You could be forgiven for forgetting all about Dermatophilus infection ( mud rash and rain scald ) given the sunny, warm summer that we have all experienced this year, however unusual it is. Unfortunately this will, all too soon, be the dark and miserable British winter time, an unenviable mix of wet and cold. For horse owners this will...

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