Omega Fatty Acids: What Do They Do for Horses?
Adding supplementary fat in your horses’ diet is one way to provide concentrated calories as well as some other functional benefits to your horse; but what sources of fat are best?
Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are a hot topic in human, pet, and equine nutrition alike, and for good reasons. With such a wide array of information and products out there, it can be confusing and difficult to make decisions, so let’s break down what the omega fatty acids are, and how they can play a role in a healthy balanced diet for our equine counterparts.
What are polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs)?
All fats are made up of chemically linked chains of fatty acids. PUFAs are a category of unsaturated fats which
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