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Hygains Philosophy

Hygain Feeding ChampionsThe measure of success varies for all of us, but regardless of how you define success whether its achieving a ribbon at the pony club, a great ride out on the trail together with your beloved horse, or a win at the Melbourne Cup race, we all share one common goal, to care for our horse, provide the very best for them and keep them sound and healthy.

That philosophy has long guided HYGAIN a leading equine feed and supplement company that is devoted to bringing their customer closer to their dream by blending years of experience, innovation, up-to-date research and enthusiasm to nurture the best qualities in horses. As an equine only feed mill and manufacturing facility HYGAIN is dedicated to equines and their special requirements, resulting in outstanding nutritional solutions that really make a difference to your horses health, performance and well-being.

At HYGAIN, success is not only measured by sales. More importantly, it brings the companys customer closer to their dream and creates exceptional customer satisfaction? that gives HYGAIN the greatest reward.

History & Vision

Hygain Feeds HistoryHy Gain Feeds Pty Ltd started as a one man operation in 1983. As a horse owner and competitor dissatisfied with the quality and nutritional standards of feeds available, Greg Manley decided to take things into his own hands and started developing and mixing nutritionally balanced feed formulas to feed his own horses and others in the local area. Through word of mouth demand for the product rapidly grew and soon outstripped the capacity of the one man operation resulting in the establishment of a dedicated equine feed mill and manufacturing facility in the heart of the Victorian equine industry, south east of Melbourne.

Looking confidently to the future with well-established foundations and a great team sharing a common goal, Hygain is progressively extending its global market share, continually evolving its products based on solid nutritional research applied to equine diets and the demands of an ever-changing world.

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