Stallion Nutrition

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feeding breeding stallions

Feeding Breeding Stallions

Most stallions should be fed according to their maintenance requirements, depending on if and how much they’re exercising, when not being bred or collected.

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Feeding the Ulcer-Prone Horse

Common-Sense Equine Nutrition

Do all the supplements, concentrates, and forages on the market have you confused about what’s best to feed your horse? Learn what your horse really needs to eat from equine nutritionist and consultant, Dr. Clair Thunes.

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What Makes Some Stallion Semen Subpar?

Stallions Ready for Action

Before your stallion heads to the shed, make sure he’s in peak physical health and mentally prepared to handle the rigors of the breeding season.

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New Developments in Stallion Nutrition

Name a part of your horse you’d like to enhance–anything from his coat or hooves to his stamina–and there’s likely a supplement for it. Marketed alongside the products that improve joint function and breathing ability, there are supplements

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From Breeding to Birth

Testing innovative techniques and brushing up on common procedures are the lifeblood of advancing any medical specialty, and the field of equine reproduction is no exception. Veterinarians are always looking for new ways to improve procedures they

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Supplementing for Semen Quality

Cooling and freezing equine semen damages cell membranes, which results in loss of motility and general viability known as “cold shock.” Most domestic species have high concentrations of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) in the semen, but the

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