My gelding is stalled with minimal hay for much of the day. Should I be concerned about stomach ulcers?
Can you offer any nutritional advice for a weanling that's stressed and underweight?
In addition to the antioxidant benefits of selenium, supplementation with selenium may also improve mitochondrial biogenesis, an increase in mitochondrial mass to improve energy production.
A study conducted in Brazil evaluated the effect of omega-3 fatty acid on the quality of fresh, cooled, and frozen semen from Mangalarga Marchador stallions.
According to a recent study, timing of furosemide administration greatly impacts efficacy of furosemide and therefore athletic performance.
As a mare's pregnancy advances to the last three or four months owners should re-evaluate feeding strategies to support the upswing in energy and other nutrients necessary for rapid growth of the fetus.
A group of researchers conducted an experiment to confirm a hypothesis that decreased macromineral intake would improve utilization of trace minerals such as copper, zinc, and selenium.
In recent years, horse owners have been warned against rushing for the jug of corn oil when a beautiful coat is desired or additional calories for weight gain are needed. Why?
Can I feed my lower-level event horse plain oats and hay? I know I can adjust the amount of energy he consumes through increasing or decreasing oats, but will his nutrient requirements be met?
What can I feed my Fjord gelding to help improve hoof health?
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