October 23 Brand Journalism In the Press

Bluegrass Horse Feeds will travel to Kentucky for a Kentucky Equine Research conference

Bluegrass Horse Feeds team are all set for Kentucky for equine health conference

A team from Co Tyrone based Bluegrass Horse Feeds will travel to Kentucky this week to attend a global conference which focuses on 30 years of progress in equine health and nutrition.

KER President and Founder, Dr Joe Pagan, will welcome guests from around the globe on day one, where conference will focus on Medicine, while day two of the conference will focus on nutrition with Dr Pagan exploring 30 years of trends and changes in the global feed industry.

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June 2 Brand Journalism In the Press

Cappa Dianthus - Cappa Stud where all stallions are fed with Bluegrass Horse Feeds. Copyright www.esphotography.co.uk

Bluegrass – powering sports horses, race horses and leisure horses for 20 years

When brands reach a milestone it’s important to mark that milestone as a celebration of what has been achieved and it allows allows teams to focus for the future.

Bluegrass Horse Feeds, one of Ireland’s leading horse feed manufacturers, is celebrating 20 years in business this year and what a year it has been so far. As part of the celebrations the team is giving away a tonne of Competition Mix in this week’s The Irish Field. Here’s the editorial we submitted as part of this anniversary giveaway.

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January 16 Brand Journalism In the Press

Bluegrass Horse Feeds present at Ireland’s ITBA Expo 2018 at Goffs

Bluegrass Horse Feeds, an innovative horse feed company which produces quality and innovative horse feeds, will be exhibiting at the Irish Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association (ITBA) Expo on January 27.

The 2018 Expo, which takes place at Goff’s Sales Complex, is the only event of its kind in Ireland and will feature a number of exhibitors and key presenters. The two-day event gives suppliers, service providers and companies an opportunity to showcase their products and services.

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