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Protein Bioavailability For Horses (blog)

Discussion:

This table lists the bio-availability of the various feeds used for additional protein in horses, but they are based on human studies. Therefore, values that have a range are because of different information available.

The bio-availability of proteins can vary between horses and even in one horse, depending on factors such as gut inflammation and fasting. I think it safe to assume that horses with gut inflammation or who are on medications (especially proton pump inhibitors – ulcer medication) will have a reduced absorption and bio-availability of proteins. In addition, horses in a carbohydrate dependency state (fed sugar every day of the year) will also be self-consuming their proteins (top line loss). Feeding excessive amounts of proteins may also cause the horse to convert the fed proteins into sugar in the gut when the amount of daily carbohydrates over needs is not reduced.

This list shows you that not all proteins are absorbed equally in testing conditions. Therefore, feeding the best quality protein (no hulls, no fiber, no sugar, no oils) with the best bio-availability AND offering several protein sources will give your horses the best chance of absorbing all the amino acids to produce a great top line, a robust immune system, and a strong connective tissue system.

ProteinBioavailability (approx)
Egg White100%
Whey Concentrate96%
Soybean whole96%
Soybean Meal80%
Flaxseed Meal77%
Dried Split Peas65%
Wheat Gluten64%
Grass and Legume Hay50 – 56%
Hemp Seeds33 – 87%
Sunflower Meal30%
Chia Seeds29%

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  1. Hello, Does bioavailability equate to total digestible nutrition? My horse gets fed coastal hay as his main forage. I cannot find the bioavailability of it, but can find the TDN. Thank You.

    1. Sorry for the delay – a glitch. But the bioavailability for most hays are around 50%. I will update this chart to say not just alfalfa but grass and legume hays. Thanks

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