Dr. Robert Jacobs describes the potential effects of long-term NSAID use on the horse’s gut microbiome.
Understanding the differences between these groups’ microbiomes and adjusting dietary and management practices accordingly could help improve domestic horse welfare.
Researchers found that feeding a certain prebiotic product prior to transport and exercise reduced dysbiosis and leaky gut syndrome.
Understanding the equine gut microbiome can help you create and support healthy microbial populations in your horse’s digestive system.
While steeped in tradition, feeding bran mashes can cause GI distress in horses. Learn why, and discover alternatives.
Is your horse’s diet and microbiome to blame for bad behavior? In this article we’ll break down the research.
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