Among many other sectors, the equine feed industry has been hit with high ingredient costs and reduced availability due to a combination of Brexit, Covid-19, increased energy prices and fluctuating weather, to name a few factors.
Many feed business owners may be looking at their formulations to try to reduce costs where possible. Understandably, it is easy to become tunnel-visioned and only look at the cost when doing this exercise which could result in something minor but significant being missed.
Clare McCafferty, Premier Nutrition equine nutritionist, highlights a few areas to watch out for.
If you would like further guidance on reformulating feeds, please contact a member of the Premier Nutrition equine team.