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  • More from Roo…

    Manic eventing reports in. So on Tuesday last we headed to Portman with the Roster, Griffy and Sirius. We were towed in, that’s how bad the mid was but we More…

  • Evie’s April Update

    Evie has had a lovely couple of weekends starting with a trip to Sykehouse and training with Jo Whittaker. Breeze did some confidence building gridwork and it gave them a More…

  • Rebecca’s April Update

    April kicked off in great style – I received a phone call to say that Lisci and I had been chosen to represent Great Britain at Saumur in France!! This will More…

  • Welcome to Chloe!

    Meet Chloe Barraclough, the newest member of Team GH. Chloe graduated in 2013 from Leeds Metropolitan University in association with Bishop Burton College with a BSc Hons degree in Equine More…

  • Sarah’s Marathon

    Yesterday was marathon day and I’m very pleased to let you know that I completed the Brighton Marathon, yes all 26.2 miles!! I finished in the top 1/3 of under More…

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Feeding FlyFree and Skratch

6th August 2014

Question. Can you feed both FlyFree and Skratch together? Answer. Some of the herbs in FlyFree and Skratch do overlap and so they are not necessarily needed together. If your horse is suffering with the flies, it is best to feed FlyFree, which provides a traditional and powerful way to help horses tolerate flies. The […]

Laminitis Prone Supplement

6th August 2014

Question. I have recently started feeding Laminitis Prone Supplement and also would like to try Rebuilder and Alphabute SUPER. Can you feed them all together? Answer. Feeding Laminitis Prone Supplement (LPS) with Alphabute SUPER and Rebuilder can be a great help. Although LPS is our main product in this area, the three supplements can be fed […]

Feeding fennel

6th August 2014

Question. My gelding is playing with his food and seems to get gas after feeding… what can I feed that will help? Answer. For fussy feeders or those prone to gas, a useful product to try is Fennel. Fennel seeds support the stomach and can help the horse cope with a build up of gases. Horses generally […]

Calm and collected

6th August 2014

Question. I have just started showing my five year old gelding but he can be a bit spooky in the ring. Is there anything I can feed to calm him down? Answer. SuperCalm is our most popular calmer and keeps your horse easy to manage and relaxed whilst providing the best nutrition for the immune […]

Coat condition and shine

6th August 2014

Question. My horse’s coat is lacking shine and is not as glossy as it used to be.  Can you help? Answer. If your horse is lacking condition and coat shine despite a regular worming and good diet, it could be worth trying a course of Restore, our traditional liver support supplement. Restore supports digestion and […]

Helping an underweight horse

6th August 2014

Question. I’ve taken on a rescue horse, who is underweight with poor coat condition. Is there any supplements that will help? Answer. Our traditional liver support supplement, Restore, is an ideal product to keep your horse looking and feeling good and maintains general condition, growth and body weight in horses. Restore also supports efficient digestion, helping […]

PolleneX

6th August 2014

Question. My horse seems to be affected when there is a high pollen count, what can I do? Answer. The summer months can cause many difficulties for horses as it can humans, and we would recommend supplementation with PolleneX. PolleneX contains a unique balance of plants which have been shown to provide the most effective […]

FireworX

6th August 2014

Question. My mare gets really upset with all the local fireworks displays in November and the New Year.  Do you have something to help? Answer. FireworX offers a special blend of herbs, minerals and magnesium to help horses cope with the shock of the loud noises and bright lights of seasonal celebrations. Our most powerful […]

Seaweed sourced from Scotland

3rd July 2014

Q. Where is Global Herbs Seaweed grown? A. Our organic seaweed is grown in the North Atlantic in the Western Isles of Scotland and is processed locally on North Uist. The seaweed is harvested by hand, in a traditional manner. Skilled Harvesters, work at low tide and lay out a circle of rope over the area of seaweed […]

Find out about our Flax Oil

3rd July 2014

Q. Where does your Flax Oil come from? A. Our Flax Oil is cold pressed, just like the finest olive oils, thus retaining the best nutritional value as well as flavour and is grown in Wetherby, Yorkshire by Nigel and Grace Liddle, along with their two daughters who are the third generation on a mixed […]