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Preventing Choke

Preventing Choke

Choke can occur when a horse consumes it’s food too rapidly, tries to swallow food without chewing it, has reduced or impaired salivation, cannot properly chew its feed because of dental issues and when eating food items that are large.

Nutrition

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bone health in horses

Supplements, Tiludronate, and Bone Health in Horses

In addition to appropriate training regimens, diet plays an important role in healthy bone formation. Calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and other minerals and vitamins contribute to skeletal strength. In certain horses, nutritional supplements containing these ingredients could make the difference between sound and lame.

KER Research

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What Is the Best Type of Selenium Supplement for Horses?

This study was conducted to evaluate how exercised Thoroughbreds digest and retain selenium from either sodium selenite or selenium-enriched yeast-supplemented diets.

Health

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pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction in horses

Equine Cushing's Disease: Back to Basics

Equine Cushing’s disease remains a diagnostic challenge for veterinarians and a management puzzle for many horse owners. Although commonly referred to as equine Cushing’s disease, the more correct term, pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction, better describes the condition.

General Interest

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equine tendon injuries

Scoring Tendon Injuries in Horses

Despite being considered the tool of choice, no record of repeatability or reliability of ultrasonographic scoring systems for superficial digital flexor tendon injuries is available. Because of this, a team of researchers recruited 16 horses and five equine veterinarians to test their newly developed ultrasonographic scoring system.