Fit, Healthy Horses at Penniwells RDA

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Sarah Healing with Michael Murphy at PenniwellsPenniwells RDA is now feeding all its horses and ponies HAYGAIN steamed hay and enjoying the benefits of fit, healthy horses and ponies.   The North London based RDA centre, was established in 1980 and has 13 active horse and ponies that are all fully trained for this unique and demanding work.   Penniwells RDA offer riding and stable management sessions to people of all ages and disability.

The health and well-being of all the horses and ponies on the yard is always top priority.  With this in mind all are fed HAYGAIN steamed hay to ensure the quality and nutritional content is the very best it can be.  Said Sarah Healing of Penniwells RDA: “All the horses and ponies love HAYGAIN steamed hay. The yard is very healthy with no coughs or runny noses.”  With two HG-1000 hay steamers, the yard steams five bales every day, to keep the horses well fed.

Penniwells RDA vet Anna Turk Ma Vet MB CertESorth MRCVS of Royal Veterinary College, Herts added: “I’ve seen a real reduction in the clinical signs of coughing since Penniwells RDA centre started using HAYGAIN.”   HAYGAIN has consistently ensured dust-free forage is fed to the yard at Penniwells.

HAYGAIN hay steamers are a range of scientifically proven hay steamers that eliminate respirable dust in hay and haylage by killing mould spores and bacteria to produce hygienically clean forage.  Available in three models: the HG-1000, HG-600 and HG-GO. Steamed hay is ready to feed immediately after steaming cycles of around 50 minutes depending on model. Complete nutritional value and goodness are maintained with improved palatability.

For further information please contact HAYGAIN hay steamers on 0333 200 5233 or www.haygain.com. To support Penniwells RDA please contact 020 8207 4525 or visit http://www.penniwellsrda.org.uk.

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