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Nutrition

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Feeding Weanling Horses for a Smooth Growth Plane

Keeping a smooth, steady plane of growth in young horses is desirable because skeletal problems are somewhat more common in foals that have growth slumps or sudden weight gains.

KER Research

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Will a Hindgut Buffer Nutritionally Support Horses that Eat a High-Grain Diet?

This study was designed to test the efficacy and safety of feeding a protected sodium bicarbonate product to treat hindgut acidosis in horses fed a high-grain ration.

Health

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Lyme Disease in Horses: Just the Basics

What is Lyme disease? Lyme disease is an illness that can affect horses, dogs, cats, humans, and other mammals. This illness is a threat wherever ticks are found, and early treatment gives the best chance for recovery.

General Interest

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Loafing Areas for Horses: Solving the Problem of Dust and Mud

As winter approaches, more frequent rains turn dry, dusty pastures into sticky, slippery mudholes that just get bigger and deeper as the season progresses. For a relatively low cost, this cycle of summer dust and winter mud can be permanently derailed.