• Statement from GAIN Equine Nutrition

    GAIN Equine Nutrition wishes to advise that it is investigating the potential presence of an unapproved feed supplement in some batches of our equine feed range. Until further investigations are completed, GAIN customers are advised to refrain from feeding our equine products to their animals. Zilpaterol is approved for use as a feed supplement to […]

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  • Two Top UK riders Join Team GAIN

    We are delighted to announce two of the UK’s top show jumpers are joining ‘Team GAIN’. William Whitaker and Guy Williams have both seen incredible success across the globe. Whitaker, who stems from the famous Yorkshire Whitaker Show jumping dynasty, has competed from the age of eight, winning prestigious titles at every level. He has […]

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  • Hay

    This is the most traditional method of conserving grass. Hay has been conserved for centuries in fact a writer in roman times gave a detailed description of the making of hay. The weather can have many changes to haylage, because haylage does not need to wilt in the field for as long as hay and […]

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  • Cereals

    Cereals Traditionally horses have been fed cereals as a good energy source. Oats are the cereal of choice for horses in hard work such as racehorses in training and many studs grow their own oats or have them grown locally by farmers.  GAIN Equine Nutrition have the cereals grown for their feeds under licence by […]

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