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Nichola Reynolds – UK

Nichola joined the RED MILLS UK team in 2016 coming from having worked for 7 years with Europe’s only licensed Equine plasma producer in the UK, where she was responsible for the care and welfare of up to 50 horses at any one time.

Her qualifications include s First Class Honours Degree in Equine Science (University of Central Lancashire), Master’s degree in Equine Science (Aberystwyth University), and MSc level CPD module in Equine Nutrition and Digestive Physiology (University Edinburgh).

Nichola’s previous experience also includes Neonatal Equine Veterinary technician at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky and  working as a Competition groom in Germany.

“The great thing about my job is developing relationships with clients and their horses. Clients put a great deal of trust in ourselves and our products, and it is very rewarding when we see our advice and our feeds making the difference to them. It’s always been important to me to keep up to date with current industry research so that the advice I provide is based on sound scientific practice, RED MILLS are excellent at providing me with the opportunities to do this. I am most passionate about getting it right and in doing so improving the performance and welfare of horses across the country. As anyone involved with horses will know our work is not 9-5, Monday to Friday! My work never stops and a lot of what we do carries on outside of work, from attending race meetings and point to point meets as well as Show jumping and Eventing competitions. I do try to get a bit of down time to spend with my dogs and get out on the northern fells with the horses.”

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