SPILLERS® has pledged its support for BETA Feed Awareness Week 10th -18th November 2018 and has provided educational content for the initiative and a bespoke competition prize.
BETA Feed Awareness Week has been introduced for the first time this year. It aims to dispel feeding myths and improve horse owners’ knowledge of equine nutrition. It will be launched at Your Horse Live and runs from 10th to 18th November 2018, as the feed season gets into full swing.
SPILLERS® will be helping to promote equine nutrition knowledge and blow common feeding myths by sharing highly engaging content on social media and spreading the word face-to-face with retailers and horse owners. The feed manufacturer has also provided a bespoke prize for a Win a Weigh Clinic Competition in the form of a visit from one of their highly experienced nutritionists plus three months-worth of free feed for one horse.
Clare Barfoot RNutr, the research and development manager at SPILLERS® said: “BETA Feed Awareness Week is an inspired idea and we are proud to support it. Helping horse owners get to grips with the latest knowledge and thinking on equine nutrition is great news for horse health and welfare and it demonstrates the commitment and responsibility of the industry in this fundamental area too.”
You can join and follow the campaign using the hashtag #BFAW18
For friendly advice on feeding contact the SPILLERS® Care-Line on + 44 (0)1908 226626 or visit www.spillers-feeds.com.
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