• 06Oct

    Nutrition Tips for Horses Grazing High Oxalate Pastures

    Ensuring our horses are obtaining the correct nutrients to prevent disease can be both worrying and daunting. In this article we cover the role of calcium, the importance of a correct calcium to phosphorus ratio and a correct calcium to oxalate ratio and how to achieve them. We hope you find it helpful for choosing… Read more »

  • 06Oct

    How to mange your ‘Easy Keeper’ horse this Spring

    Almost every horse owner has had experience with or knows of a horse or more likely a pony that is an ‘easy keeper’ or ‘good doer.’ Those that tend to either become overweight easily or seem to require fewer calories than most to maintain their weight. It is theorised that easy keepers have inherited genetic… Read more »

  • 03Sep

    Float Into Spring With CRT

    Go into the running to win a Kara Kar 2HAL Deluxe Horse Float or an Engel 45L Fridge-Freezer. How to enter? Find your nearest participating CRT store at www.crt.com.au/equine2021 During the Promotion Period, purchase or make multiple purchases to the value of $50 in-store on any equine product/s from the participating suppliers’ range. Fill out… Read more »

  • 02Sep

    Compliments: Better Earth Product Combinations

    Spring is here, and we’re launching our 2021 Spring Compliments Campaign. Featuring 6 fantastic Better Earth Product Combinations. Get to know our 2021 Compliments Pairings   ORGANIC HARVEST   One of the most rewarding parts of home gardening is simply being able to walk outside to pick some fresh herbs for your Sunday roast, or… Read more »

  • 02Sep

    Nutrition Tips for the Broodmare & Breeding Stallion

    There is no doubt that nutrition plays a critical role during the breeding season with broodmares and stallions requiring the correct amounts of energy, protein, vitamins and minerals for their own maintenance, to optimise fertility and for the development of the fetus and foal. Ensuring these requirements are met does not need to be complicated…. Read more »

  • 27Aug

    Win A Year’s Worth Of Barastoc Poultry Feed

    September is National Chook Health Month! As part of the celebration we’re giving poultry owners the opportunity to win a year’s worth of Barastoc Poultry feed*. When it comes to taking care of backyard chickens, they give back what you put in. While it might be tempting to think that your flock will be able… Read more »

  • 05Aug

    Flowering Plants For Spring

    Spring is fast approaching, which means we can start planting those vibrant flowering plants in our gardens. Of course, the different kinds of plants you can place in your garden will depend on the climate you live in. Luckily, many of these plants offer amazing varieties of colour. For warmer areas, Bidens and Goldilocks Rocks… Read more »

  • 10Jul

    Feeding The Ageing Horse This Winter

    Our horses tend to struggle the most in periods of extreme temperatures. So, in summer, but especially in winter. Your horse may lose condition, thinning and losing both muscle and fat. This happens due to those extreme cold temperatures where your horse is expending energy to keep themselves warm. The more fat and muscle they… Read more »

  • 24Jun

    Feeding Your Horse This Winter

    As the season changes and the days become cooler, it’s essential you’re aware of the changes to your horse’s management and feeding. Horses need to eat at least 1.5% of their body weight a day. This is trickier in winter as the quality of the pasture is significantly reduced. It’s worth feeding your horses extra… Read more »

  • 01Jun

    Winter Flower Planting Guide

    The flowers you plant for winter will determine the colours and textures that come through your garden in the cooler months. Did you know the flowers that will thrive in your Winter garden will depend on the climate you live in? Australia itself has six different climates. Subtropical in South East Queensland and Northern New… Read more »