Signs of equine dental problems are as varied as are the horses that present them. From the obvious, handfuls of feed dropping from the mouth as the horse eats and grain passing directly through the animal, to the subtler head tilting and weight loss, the solutions involve knowledge, proper equipment, and fortitude.
Do we have adequate research and understanding of what the impact of high-fat diets might be to their metabolism or to their overall physical development?
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