Selenium (Se) plays an integral role in many of the equine body’s functions, including production of the enzyme glutathione peroxidase, an antioxidant that’s vital in preventing and repairing oxidative damage to cells. In horses residing and grazing in selenium-deficient geographic areas (including the Pacific Northwest, Great Lakes, and New England regions o
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