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Making healthy, natural and fresh stock feed since 1985

Thompson & Redwood makes affordable and nutritionally balanced stock feed for the horse and agricultural
industries. Our recipes never change and are milled daily from Western Australian grain so you know what
you’re feeding is healthy, natural and fresh.

What's your
horse feeding challenge?

  • Fizzy horse?
  • Poor keeper?
  • At risk of laminitis?

Let our veterinary team support you and your horse with our carefully formulated complete horse feeds.

Find the feed most suited to your horse or pony.

What's your
horse feeding challenge?

  • Fizzy horse?
  • Poor keeper?
  • At risk of laminitis?

Let our veterinary team support you and your horse with our carefully formulated complete horse feeds.

Find the feed most suited to your horse or pony.

WIN WIN WIN! Win one of two winter prize packs plus 1 month's supply of feed!

To help you get through winter, we're offering our equine and poultry followers the opportunity to win one of these amazing winter prize packs. There are two prize packs up for grabs, one poultry and one equine, and each includes:

πŸ”Έ1 Month's Supply of a T&R Equine or Poultry Feed of your choice
πŸ”Έ1 x Winter Jacket or Vest supplied by Kentaur Australia, embroidered with the T&R Logo
πŸ”Έ 1 x T&R Umbrella
πŸ”Έ 2 x T&R Caps
πŸ”Έ1 x Nutritional Consultation with Equine Nutritionist Jill Davies or an online poultry consultation.

➑ To enter is easy, simply:
1. Tell us which pack you'd like to win,
2. Tell us what your favourite T&R product is and why!

You can enter by commenting on the post below ⬇, or follow the link to read the full terms and conditions and enter via our website.

Entries close at 5pm AWST on Friday, 7 August 2020.
This competition is open to WA residents only.

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WIN WIN WIN! Win one of two winter prize packs plus 1 months supply of feed! To help you get through winter, were offering our equine and poultry followers the opportunity to win one of these amazing winter prize packs. There are two prize packs up for grabs, one poultry and one equine, and each includes: πŸ”Έ1 Months Supply of a T&R Equine or Poultry Feed of your choice πŸ”Έ1 x Winter Jacket or Vest supplied by Kentaur Australia, embroidered with the T&R Logo πŸ”Έ 1 x T&R Umbrella πŸ”Έ 2 x T&R Caps πŸ”Έ1 x Nutritional Consultation with Equine Nutritionist Jill Davies or an online poultry consultation. ➑ To enter is easy, simply: 1. Tell us which pack youd like to win, 2. Tell us what your favourite T&R product is and why! You can enter by commenting on the post below ⬇, or follow the link to read the full terms and conditions and enter via our website. Entries close at 5pm AWST on Friday, 7 August 2020. This competition is open to WA residents only. https://thompsonandredwood.com.au/win-a-winter-prize-pack-and-1-months-supply-of-feedImage attachmentImage attachment

 

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This would be awesome! 🀞🏻 T&R Pony cubes keep weight my 30yr+ little old man! 😍

Decisions, decisions...horses or chookensπŸ€” T&R Claytons for my polonies please...because they keep them looking great and not crazyπŸ€ͺ

I would like to win the equine pack. My favourite T&R product is the Grower Weaned pellets because it’s great for horses of all ages. I feed it to my growing yearling as well as my competition horses in full work. It has almost everything they need in it! I have tried many feeds over the years and always come back to this one!

You guys always do amazing giveaways. Would love the equine pack! I love using T&R horse cubes, to give my horse just the right energy to keep him fit and strong and to keep weight on my TBπŸ˜†

The equine pack my kids love the claytons pellets they are awesome. Thanks

I would love the Equine pack for my old boy (and me obviously, he can’t wear the jacket but there are 2 caps so he could wear one of those I suppose). Now he is older his tummy can get upset and Grain Free does the job perfectly - happy tummy means no grumpy old man.

Clayton's, they keep my horses looking and feeling good and they come running for them!

Equine pack ! My pre trainers love and thrive on the T and R Mueslie !

T & R pony cubes, πŸ’–

Id like to please win the equine pack for my old boy snip ❀️ he has the horse cubes and loves them!

We use just the Horse pellets- they are a good quality and priced product for our working horses 🐴 an Equine pack would be fab! πŸ’•

I would love to win the equine pack for my beautiful boy! Our favourite product is the horse cubes with the new and improved sensuous formula! For years we have struggled to find the right feed to make the old boy shine and about 12 months ago we switched to T&R and have never looked back. He’s looking so healthy and shiny and he also loves the taste of them πŸ¦„πŸ΄πŸ¦„ (picture of pretending you look unimpressed!)

I’d love the equine pack, and Clayton’s pellets all the way. They are absolutely the best pellet!

I would like to win the equine pack please. T&R pony cubes are the best for keeping weight on my guys

T & R Equine Pack as Claytons provides this boy with a balanced supplement.

Decisions, decisions as we use T&R products for both our chickens & horses with great results I’d have to go with the equine pack if lucky enough to win. Clayton’s pellets are a staple in the feed shed for our 8 horses & they all do well on them.

My girls would love the equine pack. The piggies love the Clayton pellets. I like the placid! And in this weather the jacket would be handy tooπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

I’d love the T&R poultry pack. Great product that keeps my girls looking their bestπŸ’–

Equine pack please, my fave being Clayton’s, have used Claytons on and off since the 90s, we had an aged stockhorse in the early 90s who did particularly well on Clayton’s so have used on and off over the years for a no fizz filler that maintains weight.. followed then by good old pony/horse cubes, a great all round balanced pellet that is sometimes under rated in my opinion. Both excellent products ✌️

I’d love to win the equine pack for my Stock horse gelding who will be coming in to full work for the polocrosse season soon. I dropped the ball with maintaining his weight last season so a consult to help me get it just right with T&R feeds would be fantastic! He is currently on the T&R horse cubes in a little extra feed to supplement his ad lib hay, which are doing a great job of keeping him looking good through winter

Either!!! My horse is on the Claytons Pellets and looking devine and still has a brain! I have my chickens on the laying crumble AND Guinea Fowl are on T & R grower crumble πŸ”πŸ£πŸ΄

I would love either pack! My horse is doing wonderfully on the claytons pellets; I love how cost effective they are, and that they have the easy open bag! My chicken are looking a million bucks on the poultry mix and are laying so many eggs at the moment! My favourite part about all T&R products is that they are nutritionally balanced.

I would love to win the equine pack please of Clayton's and pony cubes. All 5 of my horses are on them and look fantastic 😁

Our racehorses thrive on T&R horse muesli. All our horses have this as their staple from breaking through to racing, we haven't found one horse yet that doesn't clean it up!πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘Œ The equine pack would be awesome!

Would love to win the months equine pack. The senior cubes have bought my 27yo back to good health and weight since switching to these a few months ago. Great product!!

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Who needs some baby animal love? 😍 These two cuties were born to proud mum 'Cinnamon', a hand reared ewe. They are Cinnamon's third set of twins, a boy and a girl named 'Ripple' and 'Stella'.

Cinnamon has been on T&R sheep cubes to make sure she is in top condition to support her during the demands of pregnancy and lactation, and keep her babies strong and healthy.
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Sometimes twins can be a lot smaller, but not these two! They are a great weight and very healthy, and so is mum. Cinnamon just loves her TnR sheep cubes daily. All our sheep are fed hay and TnR sheep cubes.

TIP TUESDAY - Getting ready to compete again! πŸ₯‡

We're starting to see the return of events again, from clinics and training days, to competitions and shows, not just for equestrian events, but for poultry and livestock too!

It's been a strange season for many. In a normal year, we'd already be well into the swing of the competition season, and so here are a few tips for making sure you are prepared:

1️⃣ Create a plan and start preparing now!
You need to make sure that your horse is fit enough and is prepared nutritionally to go out to an event again. They not only need the energy and strength to perform in the ring, but to sustain them through what is often a big weekend away from home.

2️⃣ Make sure your horse's dietary intake supports their workload!
If you are increasing their fitness work, you need to make sure their nutritional requirements are still met. This is not only important for energy and protein, but also for their vitamins and minerals, which are vital for function and recovery.

3️⃣ Make changes gradually!
Always make sure you introduce any new feeds or step up their fitness gradually. It is important to give your horse time to build up their strength and condition, to avoid injury and illness. When introducing a new feed, it is recommended to do so over a 20 day period. Check out the picture below for a guide on how to balance this.

4️⃣ Choose the right energy source!
Depending on your discipline and your horse, you will need to feed an appropriate energy source. Always look for a highly digestible energy source, and try to match it to your needs, i.e. do you need high energy for performance, or cool energy?

5️⃣ Watch out for winter!
We're starting our show season this year in mid-winter, and many people will be clipping and increasing their horse's training. Make sure your horse is getting adequate fibre, is warm enough, and you look after their joints and mobility with a good warm up and stretching.

Last but not least...get yourself ready too! Make sure you are fit and healthy, and ready to compete again, because you're an athlete too πŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ

If you need any help, don't hesitate to get in touch with us!
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TIP TUESDAY - Getting ready to compete again! πŸ₯‡ Were starting to see the return of events again, from clinics and training days, to competitions and shows, not just for equestrian events, but for poultry and livestock too! Its been a strange season for many. In a normal year, wed already be well into the swing of the competition season, and so here are a few tips for making sure you are prepared: 1️⃣ Create a plan and start preparing now! You need to make sure that your horse is fit enough and is prepared nutritionally to go out to an event again. They not only need the energy and strength to perform in the ring, but to sustain them through what is often a big weekend away from home. 2️⃣ Make sure your horses dietary intake supports their workload! If you are increasing their fitness work, you need to make sure their nutritional requirements are still met. This is not only important for energy and protein, but also for their vitamins and minerals, which are vital for function and recovery. 3️⃣ Make changes gradually! Always make sure you introduce any new feeds or step up their fitness gradually. It is important to give your horse time to build up their strength and condition, to avoid injury and illness. When introducing a new feed, it is recommended to do so over a 20 day period. Check out the picture below for a guide on how to balance this. 4️⃣ Choose the right energy source! Depending on your discipline and your horse, you will need to feed an appropriate energy source. Always look for a highly digestible energy source, and try to match it to your needs, i.e. do you need high energy for performance, or cool energy? 5️⃣ Watch out for winter! Were starting our show season this year in mid-winter, and many people will be clipping and increasing their horses training. Make sure your horse is getting adequate fibre, is warm enough, and you look after their joints and mobility with a good warm up and stretching. Last but not least...get yourself ready too! Make sure you are fit and healthy, and ready to compete again, because youre an athlete too πŸƒπŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ If you need any help, dont hesitate to get in touch with us!Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Check out our blog on Creating Training Schedules with Chloe Gee Equestrian: https://thompsonandredwood.com.au/creating-training-schedules-with-young-rider-chloe-gee

Hi i just took on a retired galloper and as his feet are shocking he needs a diet of no protein as i use only your feed can you sugest wat to feed him, he is in paddock with 2 retired Pacers thanks

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😊😊😊😊 just lovely

Adorable pony looking picture perfect!! 😍🀩😍🀩

Gorgeous pic ❀️

Sooo cute!

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Cute! πŸ’—

a picture of determination nad cuteness

What a beautiful combination. I so miss our pony days!! 😍

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A great goat tip! Winter is a time where the cold can make animals decrease their water intake. It is important to make sure they don't get dehydrated though, so try to keep their fluids up.

Thanks Diego Valley Miniature Goat Stud.

Diego Valley Miniature Goat Stud
Now going in to the colder months, I find it important to make sure my animals are drinking enough water. Salt licks are great for this and the goats love it 😁πŸ₯°πŸ
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This is so important for the horses too.

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