Feed Awareness Week- content on our social media
The 2021 BETA Feed Awareness Week is over but we have some great videos you can watch on our YouTube channel.
BETA Feed Awareness Week is an annual campaign to dispel feeding myths and improve your knowledge of equine nutrition.
The initiative is taking place throughout the UK and is supported by leading equestrian organisations – and BETA retail and feed company members.
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You can also find our FB lives on BETA’s YouTube channel.
BETA executive director Claire Williams talks with her guests about different aspects of feed safety including avoiding positive dope tests, reading a feedbag and why you should, and finally a session about supplementary feeding – what are supplements and when you should consider feeding them.
BETA Feed Awareness Week launch Live
BETA's executive director Claire Williams and chief medical officer Dr Diane Fisher to discuss a return to competition, feed safety and ways to reduce the risk of feed contamination
BETA Feed Awareness Week Live - Supplements - what are they and why do we need them?
BETA executive director Claire Williams and NAF head nutritionist Kate Hore RNutr (Animal) for a FB LIVE discussion on supplements - what they are and why we need them.
BETA Feed Awareness week Live - Understanding your horse's feed label
BETA's executive director Claire Williams and Louise Jones, registered equine nutritionist, BETA feed committee member and head of equine at Connolly's Red Mills - help us to understand feed bag labels in this fab LIVE FB session
Feed facts you can trust
As the British Equestrian Trade Association, we are dedicated to equine welfare and launched BETA Feed Awareness Week to help you access sound nutritional advice. By focusing on good feeding practice and separating fact from fiction, we can help you make more informed choices when it comes to buying your feed and supplements.
Working together with BETA members, we are able to deliver top feeding facts and advice from some of the country's leading equine nutritionists. We are also providing some great feeding tips from many of our leading competition riders, who have given the week their full backing.
BETA Feed Awareness Week was be supported by many of our retail members, who were doing their bit for equine nutrition in-store. After all, your local participating BETA retailer is a great place to find fantastic feeding advice.
The campaign saw lots of great-awareness raising events taking place in the days leading up to, and throughout, the week. Retailers were running competitions, creating informative displays and staging a wide range of special feed-focused events.
Click here to see a full list of supporting BETA retail members for the 2021 campaign.
Feed company backing
Some of the country's leading feed and supplement manufacturers are proud to support BETA Feed Awareness Week and have given it their full backing. Thanks to their teams of professional equine nutritionists and sponsored riders, BETA is able to provide you with the very best feeding advice and information.
Click here for a full list of supporting BETA feed manufacturing members for the 2021 campaign.
Dispelling myths and building knowledge
Click here to find a link to reliable feeding advice, top tips and trusted information.
Rewarding nutritional advice
One of the British Equestrian Trade Association's annual BETA Business Awards, it is designed to celebrate companies that go the extra mile to deliver sound expert nutritional advice and information for those caring for horses and ponies.
Stubbs Nutritional Helpline 2021 Winner was announced in an online ceremony on Thursday 11 March 2021- more details here >>>