By A. Lindner
The content material of this ebook supplies scientifically demonstrated functional tricks or cutting-edge wisdom to veterinarians, breeders, riders and participants of the feed on: the meals of patience horses; the meals of growing to be horses to minimize incidence of developmental orthopedic ailment; options to deal with exertional rhabdomyolysis; and at the significance of foodstuff for the upkeep and rehabilitation of overall healthiness of the teeth, hooves and the gastrointestinal tract with no which a horse isn't any horse
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One survey found that 24% of young horses in the USA without clinical signs of dental disease had dental abnormalities and suggested that proper dental examinations were often neglected because of the perceived dangers and difficulties associated with such examinations (Uhlinger, 1987). , 1994). Dixon et al. , 2000a). , 1999a). Dentistry to improve feed digestibility In one of the few studies to determine if current prophylactic equine dental procedures had an effect on feed digestibility in horses, Ralston et al.