Testimonials

We put our show pony onto your haylage because of his cough, now only has one cough at the beginning of exercise and has improved beyond our imagination and is having great success in the show ring.  We have also found that taking your haylage to shows is the lack of mess! 

 

Charlotte Lawrence August 2015

"Good value for money. No waste. Horses & ponies thrive on it. For horses / ponies in poor condition you will see an improvement in condition in 2 weeks. Devon Haylage is a very consistent product. I feed Devon Haylage to sheep & goats as well. The Nanny Goats & Ewes milk extremely well so their Kids & Lambs are strong & healthy."

Colin Gale – Lymington – Hampshire

“The Hunt Horses are fed Devon Haylage. They have a very long & hard season. We have no respiratory or digestive problems. At the end of the season they look as good as they did at the start. The only drawback is they now won’t eat anything else!”

Felicita, Exmoor Foxhounds

“This is where we had to feed the boys haylage in the summer months as the ground was so dry & no goodness was in the grass – as you can see they are not complaining!”

Tina Jane Adams

Joe Glow is an 18 year old 142hh Appaloosa Stallion he lives on a high moorland farm where he is fed on Devon Haylage supplemented occasionally with some hard feed. Joe eats his Devon Haylage with relish and does well on it. He developed a serious cough which resulted in a large vet’s bill. We only resolved the coughing issue when we started feeding him your haylage, after trying others.”

Di Wilson, Cornwall – Sept-2012 Equine Assisted Therapy & Learning

“I have been absolutely delighted with the quality and service of Devon Haylage over the past 10 years. The horses absolutely thrive on it.”

Sara Biggins, KSB Bloodstock

"Devon Haylage is used at St Davids Equine Practice for inpatients as we required a high quality haylage. It also comes in convenient size bales to move around the yard. Owners love to see the horses eating the haylage as it looks and smells fantastic. There are always empty hay nets in the morning."

St David’s Equine Practice