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Category Archives: Nutrition
Benefits of probiotics?
Probiotics make better poo shock! Many horse owners thought they knew this already. Owners generally give them to enhance digestive function; they belong to a group of immunomodulators which can boost the immune system, and some existing research suggests beneficial effects, although in one study of foals the probiotic appeared to make diarrhoea worse. ExactlyContinue reading “Benefits of probiotics?”
Risk Factors for Equine Metabolic Syndrome | My Horse University
Risk Factors for Equine Metabolic Syndrome | My Horse University. Equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) is characterized by obesity (and/or regional accumulations of fat), insulin resistance, and increased susceptibility to laminitis. This webcast will review the clinical features of EMS and highlight recent findings of a large scale investigation of EMS conducted in more than 600Continue reading “Risk Factors for Equine Metabolic Syndrome | My Horse University”
Equine nutrition at Edinburgh
Equine nutrition at Edinburgh An exciting opportunity to learn about Equine Nutrition from a UK university with a great reputation for equine courses (click on link above).