MISSY'S BUCKET HAS BEEN SUPPORTING HORSES SINCE 2011



Missy's Bucket Case Study: Breeze

Missy's Bucket Case Study: Breeze

This is Breeze. Breeze was as in poor condition and had been neglected when I first picked him up. I focussed on improving his diet and he received daily minerals along with a small carrier feed and good quality grass and pasture.

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Missy's Bucket Case Study: Sandy

Missy's Bucket Case Study: Sandy

Sandy came me in extremely bad shape. He had been paddocked in the same place as Missy for a long time and had not received the care he required to stay healthy. He took a little longer to respond than Missy as he was quite a bit older. 

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Missy - The Horse That Started This Journey

Missy - The Horse That Started This Journey

Missy came to me in pretty bad shape. She had been neglected and left in a paddock along with several other horses for a long time, and wow, did she send me on a journey of discovery! 
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Missy's Bucket Case Study: Alaska

Missy's Bucket Case Study: Alaska

Alaska started being fed Missy's Bucket in September 2020 as her coat was dull and her hooves were in a terrible condition. Issues with her hooves were evident as she struggled to walk on the gravel driveway and was always footsore. She also suffered from thin hoof soles, and the walls of her hooves were weak, cracked and chipped.
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Supporting The Horse's Mircobiome

Supporting The Horse's Mircobiome

by Zoe Manning

There are a few management and feeding practices that can help preserve the digestive tract and microbiome of the horse. Here is our Top 9 best management practises. 
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The Equine Microbiome

The Equine Microbiome

by Zoe Manning

The horse’s microbiome consists of the microorganisms, bacteria, fungi along with their interactions and functions in the horse’s digestive system.

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Prebiotics & Probiotics. What Are They And How Do They Help My Horse?

Prebiotics & Probiotics. What Are They And How Do They Help My Horse?

by Zoe Manning

Anytime the horse is subject to stress or is suffering from health issues, probiotics could be considered as an additional health boost to better enable the body to recover and heal and to improve digestive function and feed utilisation.
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Competition, Heat, Exercise & Stress. What Does It Mean For The Digestive System Of Horses

Competition, Heat, Exercise & Stress. What Does It Mean For The Digestive System Of Horses

by Zoe Manning

When a horse is exercising heavily, especially in the heat, they will of course sweat a lot and often drink less, causing dehydration and electrolyte abnormalities, which in turn effects the ability of the gut to function well.
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Email: zoe@myhealthyhorse.com.au


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