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Selenium and Vitamin E to Alleviate Signs of Tying Up

Selenium and Vitamin E to Alleviate Signs of Tying Up | Equine Nutrition | Scoop.it
Selenium and vitamin E work together to alleviate muscle damage and signs of tying up in horses.
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Pre- and Probiotics for Horses

Pre- and Probiotics for Horses | Equine Nutrition | Scoop.it
Providing pre- and probiotics, coupled with proper nutrition, can have positive effects on horses' health.
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Scientists slowly solving laminitis mysteries | Western College of Veterinary Medicine | Fran Jurga: Equestrian Sport News

Scientists slowly solving laminitis mysteries | Western College of Veterinary Medicine | Fran Jurga: Equestrian Sport News | Equine Nutrition | Scoop.it
"Recent research has given veterinarians a better understanding of equine laminitis, but a leading authority of the disease points out that there’s still much to be discovered about one of the horse industry’s most challenging health issues.
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Supplementing Wisely

Supplementing Wisely | Equine Nutrition | Scoop.it
Assess your horse's overall diet, nutrient needs, health status, and workload before supplementing him.
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Comparing the Effects of Two Equine Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplements

Comparing the Effects of Two Equine Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplements | Equine Nutrition | Scoop.it
Although the equine body incorporates these two supplements differently, each has its benefits.
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