Nutrition In Horses – HorseTalk Webinar

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Feeding signs

A sign found outside of a stall – Yea! Someone gets it!

Discussion:

Nutrition in horses requires understanding the basics and busting the myths.

Here are the key points about nutrition in horses:

  • Take the 2 week no-grain challenge. Allow the gut to heal and stabilize.
  • Add strategic nutrition in the form of amino acids, fats, and electrolytes.
  • Be honest in your horse’s needs.
  • Stop believing the myths of nutrition and start feeding your horse like a horse.
  • Food DOES NOT EQUAL love


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