News & Views

Supplies unaffected after straw stack fire

On the morning of Tuesday 31 August 2021 one of our stacks of recently-baled straw burned down in a field just south of the A14, near Thrapston, Northamptonshire. Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue Service sent fire crews from Thrapston, Kettering, and Rushden. Thankfully nobody was hurt and we are grateful to those that reported the fire

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British Eventing International Youth Championships

Sundown was thrilled to be part of the prestigious British Eventing International Youth Championships held for the first time in 2021 at Bishops Burton College at the end of July. We sponsored the gilets worn by the East Midlands under 18 team and were at the event to support all the horses and riders. More

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NIS Helps With Buffer Feeding At Grass

An expert explains the value that NIS can bring to a grazing diet, in Forager Magazine.

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New Sun-e-bed Brand Ambassador; Emma Rose

Meet Emma-Rose a new Brand Ambassador for Sun-e-bed. She is a true horse lover who has experience of breeding and showing native ponies.

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New Sun-e-bed Brand Ambassadors; Ella and Molly

Meet our new Brand Ambassadors Molly and Ella, 2 busy sisters who love Sun-e-bed as it makes mucking out so quick and easy.

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British Dressage Bedding Article

We are pleased to attach a copy of the recent British Dressage article reviewing the different types of horse bedding available.

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First sun-e-bed Instagram Winner; Eden

Eden was the winner of our first Instagram competition. See how she is getting on using sun-e-bed in her video update.

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Why is sun-e-bed has several advantages over other types of pellet horse bedding?

Sundown sun-e-bed bedding is an ‘open’ straw pellet horse bedding which has several advanatges over wood pellet.

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Review For Pellebed Chicken Bedding

Good litter quality resulting in reduced podo. Improved flock health allowing good crop performance.

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CIEL Nett Zero Carbon and UK Livestock 2020

This report identifies several significant opportunities for the ruminant industry to reduce greenhouse emissions, the top three are:

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