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Speedi Beet

Finally, a horse firendly feed is now available in Tasmania and most parts of Australia. Speedi-Beet is made from pure unmolassed sugar beet pulp which is a by-product of the sugar beet industry. Sugar beet is grown in Europe and North America as an alternative to sugar cane which is grown in tropical and sub-tropical …

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Barefoot Sculptor

Dave McDonald of Mac’s Equine is the inventor of Old Mac Boots and the Pee Wee Bit, and has now come up with another helpful tool in the form of a hoof rasp with a handle called the Barefoot Sculptor. The handle on the rasp makes the job of trimming much safer, especially for beginners …

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The ‘Wild Knife’

This treasure for your trim kit was designed by Jeremy Ford of www.wildabouthooves.com.au. The Wild Knife is easy to use with the hoofpick as part of the blade, so it optimises your time and efficiency when trimming. The way the steel is tempered ensures it stays sharp and holds an edge like no other. The …

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Blocker Tie Ring

Often, when a horse realises he’s tied solid he feels trapped, panics and pulls back – potentially breaking tack and hurting himself. When tack breaks, there is a sudden release of pressure and horses have to scramble to keep their balance and can easily flip over backwards and/or seriously hurt themselves. Unique, the Blocker Tie …

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Himalayan Rock Salt

is an excellent choice to include in the diet because it assists digestion and enhances absorption allowing MICRO NUTRIENTS to be absorbed easily into the blood stream where cellular functions take place. ie., provide the nutrient support that maintains healthy cells and a healthy body. The tremendous pressure in the formation of the Himalayan mountains …

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