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KER Offers Nutritional Guidelines for Management of Horses on a Breeding FarmBy Kentucky Equine Research Staff · August 28, 2014

Stallions, maiden mares, pregnant mares, nursing mares, neonatal foals, orphan foals, weanlings, yearlings…all these horses may be found on a breeding farm, and each class of equine has its own specific nutritional requirements.

The nutritionists and veterinarians at Kentucky Equine Research (KER) have assembled a free 48-page guide that includes practical feeding and management strategies, plus information on tracking growth of young horses and management of developmental orthopedic disease. Register to download here. If you’re already a member of Equinews.com, go to Downloads and then click on KER Technical Publications.

 

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