How grass management can prevent Laminitis

Laminitis is a crippling disorder that causes the soft tissues within a horse's hoof to swell and weaken. Dietary management is one of the best ways to prevent laminitis. So let's take a look at horses and their diet... Horses are fundamentally designed to run and...

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Yorkshire Horse & Rider Safety: fundraising success

The Yorkshire Horse & Rider Safety Event at Beverley Racecourse was a fundraising success - you helped us raise £201 for The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund. To coincide with this year's National Equestrian Safety Day on Monday 26 March, leading equine experts...

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Soil sampling in Autumn & Winter for healthy grass

Soil sampling to correct possible problems, or to find out what is happening in the soil, is best carried out in the autumn or winter months. Once results are analysed, there is plenty of time to apply corrective fertiliser in the winter so that it is available in the...

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Introducing our DIY Soil Testing Service

Yorkshire-based Lordington Park Agronomy is delighted to work with clients across the UK. But we recognise that time is not always on the side of our busy clients and finding a mutually suitable time to visit is no mean feat. Which is why we also offer a ‘DIY Soil Sample Service’.

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LPA’s Jonathan runs for Blind Veterans UK

Joanthan Holmes is running the York 10km in August to help raise money for Blind Veterans UK, the charity that offers support to member of the Armed Forces suffering with sight loss. Having already completed the Hull 10km this year, Jonathan is putting himself through...

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Lordington Park Agronomy at the Driffield Show

Lordington Park Agronomy was delighted to exhibit at the Yorkshire's largest one-day country show - the Driffield Show - at The Showground in Driffield this month. Thousands of visitors flocked to the Driffield Show, which is organised by the Driffield Agricultural...

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The ideal soil for healthy horses

Knowing whether your soil type is predominately clay, sand or silt is helpful for ensuring you have the right grass species for your paddock to help keep your horses in good health. We can’t change what is given in our soils but we need to know what the proportions...

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