10 Trace Minerals for the Equine Diet Resources

Trace minerals are essential to the equine diet and help support cell health, immunity, hoof and coat quality, and more. Is your horse getting what he needs?
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Many horses require trace mineral supplementation to balance their diets. | Photo: Jennifer Whittle/The Horse

Trace minerals are essential to the equine diet and help support cell health, immunity, hoof and coat quality, and more. Is your horse getting what he needs? Here are 10 content pieces about feeding horses trace minerals available for free on TheHorse.com.

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Unsung Trace Mineral Heroes While copper, zinc, iron, and selenium get a lot of attention in equine diets, manganese, iodine, and cobalt are also important for horse health.

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