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How often do you take the wet out of an easibed??

How often do you take the wet out of an easibed??

Clare from Team Sweet answers a question we are frequently asked here at the easi team  - "Do you have to take the wet out of Chocolate’s easibed daily – the answer is NO! The wood fibres that easibed is made of means when your horse urinates the wet drains straight...

Its that time of year again for Team Sweet!!

Its that time of year again for Team Sweet!!

Clare from Team Sweet explains."Towards the end of September, I always run the boy’s beds down, so when it’s time to empty the stables ready for the jet wash to come out, the stables are not far off being empty. I like to give the stables a good old scrub before I lay...

Dust Free easibed can help if you have Asthma

Dust Free easibed can help if you have Asthma

As an asthmatic I have always known that having horses would be a challenge health wise for me – however I have always tried to not let asthma interfere with my passion for horses. People with asthma have swollen (inflamed) and ‘sensitive’ airways that become narrow...

easibed has plenty of benefits

easibed has plenty of benefits

Latest easibed converts, Amy and her 25 year old mare Mo, are loving their new easibed stable. Amy told us “Mo has always been wet in the stable and in the past I have always used straw. This summer she has been wetter than ever whilst coming in during the day due to...

Team Sweet – it’s all about the mindset

Team Sweet – it’s all about the mindset

Last month I was lucky enough to have a session with ‘Amy MacKinnon Equestrian Mindset Coach’. I am actually quite a nervous rider (due to a bad fall years ago) and it makes me put a lot and I mean ALOT of pressure on myself to get things right. I work very hard to...

Team Sweet – Bot eggs – keep a look out!

Team Sweet – Bot eggs – keep a look out!

It’s bot fly time – I found Chocolate covered in bot fly eggs the other day, they were all over his legs, shoulders, and belly. The bot fly lays its eggs whilst they secrete a sticky substance which attaches the egg to your horse’s hair. You will find the small, round...

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