Community Equestrian Group
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Conversations with Dr Jennifer Stewart
February 12 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Equine nutrition can be confusing — yet owners have voted health and nutrition as the topics they most want to learn about! With that goal in mind, and the belief that better information makes for healthier horses, educating horse owners is a key responsibility for equine veterinarians — and the key role of Jenquine.
Join us at this exclusive VIP event, meet and greet and casual conversations with Dr Stewart ( founder of Jenquine) and Dr Doug English ( founder of Tumeric Life) . If you admire this product and would love to ask questions, have wanted to switch to Jenquine Products or if you’d simply like say hello and shake the hand of two Equine Health and Nutrition greats, you need to be here!!
This event is a must for all horse owners is our area.
Have a girls night with your friends and learn something about what our horses dietary requirements are. There will be specials available on the night. Have a shop and check out the beautiful range at Equinity.
Bighead and osteoporosis occurs in horses on pasture or stabled, and at any age.
It can happen on grain, bran and pasture diets — especially buffel, pangola, setaria, kikuyu, green panic and signal grass. These grasses contain oxalates that bind to the calcium in the grass, hard feed and supplements — making the diet calcium deficient and unbalancing the calcium:phosphorus ratio.