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KER Offers Information on Choking in HorsesBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · November 19, 2014

Horses that bolt their feed (eat too quickly without chewing thoroughly) are subject to choke, a condition in which feed becomes lodged in the esophagus. This free article prepared by the nutritionists and veterinarians at Kentucky Equine Research explains why horses choke, treatment for the condition, prognosis for future health problems in a horse recovering from choke, and how to manage feeding so as to prevent horses from encountering this dangerous occurrence.

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