Feeding Foals and Young Horses

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A Quick Guide to Micronutrients for Horses

Though they make up only a tiny part of horses’ diets, micronutrients play big roles in major physiological functions, ranging from bone and muscle performance to digestion to hormone signaling.

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Developmental Dental Disorders in Horses

New Imaging Technique for Parrot Mouth in Foals

German researchers found foals can spontaneously correct their own overjets (parrot mouth) within a year. However, they also found that foals born without overjets can develop them within the first few months of life.

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starch in horse diets; equine nutrition research; Complete Feeds vs. Ration Balancers: What's the Difference?

Horse Feeding Basics

Confused about your horse’s diet? We’re here to help. Here’s how to craft the proper hay and grain ration.

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