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Natural Horse Feed Company - Homepage This is an outline of how the meteorological conditions this year (March to July 2018) have affected grazing livestock output (and thus feed production). In England, Ireland and Wales, grassland has been seriously affected, as has the whole of northern Europe (the most affected areas are the reds).

Twice the "animal from the East" in April, coupled with the absence of rains and scorching heat in the summers, will also concern other cultures, not just grasses and fodder. Feed is the most important part of your horse's nutrition. The hay is the most healthy choice for your horse, and the least expensive for you to keep your horse warmed up and through the cold season.

August can only be August, but now can be a good moment to procure and safeguard your harvest of grass if you haven't already done so. Although the traditional deliveries of products for haymaking until next May have been reserved as repeat clients, the prices have risen significantly and the grower is delivering only to repeat clients this year, having manufactured only 60 to 65 per cent of his normal tonnes.

Excellent product range, but significantly lower throughput. It is not suggested that you hurry up and buy more than you need to - there is already a bunch of emergency purchases - but please try to save enough for your needs for the cooler month in advance, or you will find that you will have to buy premiums for replacement wages, etc. if it would have been less costly to buy more ( even if it is more costly this year).

Diagrams are from the UK Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) feed. While the first diagram shows the impact of the cool damp springs and early summers, the second diagram shows the impact of the previous warm and arid summers. So please be sure to divide these graphs with your horse lovers to make sure they get their harvest of weed.

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