Located in the heart of Devon, The Denis Brinicombe Group – a family company founded in 1973 – developed Brinicombe Equine®.
Brinicombe Equine® was established in 1982 with a view to giving horse owners access to technically advanced products.
As stated by Brinicombe Equine® themselves, “Brinicombe Equine is a forward thinking company, committed to breaking boundaries in equine nutrition. Our standard aim is to produce innovative and unique products using the highest quality ingredients. Our experienced nutritionists use the latest research and combine advanced technical elements with traditional ingredients to create products which are extremely effective.”
Just some supplements in the Brinicombe Equine® range include:
Think Calm – Contains magnesium to prevent nervousness and muscle tremors. Supports the production of calming hormone serotonin. The granule form is dust free and easy to measure when feeding to your horse.
Think Clear – Contains garlic for immunity support, as well as menthol and eucalyptus with soothing, decongestant properties. Relieves congestion to prevent breathing problems and supports your horse’s respiratory system.
Think Complete – Prevents vitamin deficiencies whilst supporting optimum health and vitality. Also supports your horse’s digestive system by preventing acid build up, gut irritation and stress reactions.
Think Conditioner – Provides immune support, as well as promoting the growth and development of strong, healthy hooves. Its granule form is dust free and makes regulating the amount you feed your horse far easier.
Think Itch – Supports your horse’s immune system, as well as reducing the effects of flies and midges. Also heals skin and promotes hair growth.
Think Laminitix – Offers hoof support through the inclusion of zinc and biotin, along with offering your horse immune system support.
Think Mud – Prevents acid build up, gut irritation and stress reactions to support your horse’s digestive system. Also offers immune system support and aids the healing process of your horse’s skin when they’ve been adversely affected by muddy conditions.
More information is available at: https://www.brinicombe-equine.co.uk