Concise guide to nutrition in the horse

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Howell Book House, 1998 - Pets - 152 pages
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Horses are especially sensitive to change of feed as well as poor-quality feed and pasture, which is why this book is must reading for anyone who looks after a horse. Topics covered include feeding for growth, maintenance, exercise, and during pregnancy and lactation.

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Contents

The Horses Digestive System
19
Making Horse Feed
49
The Ground Rules
79
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

David W. Ramey, DVM has been in private equine practice since 1984. He is the author of numerous books and articles on equine health, including "alternative" veterinary medicine. He was selected by the AVMA as one of the nine-member task force on alternative and complementary veterinary medicine that conceived the current AVMA guidelines for the use of CAVM in veterinary practice.

Bernard E. Rollin, PhD is University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University where he has a joint appointment as professor of philosophy and professor of physiology and biophysics. Dr. Rollin is the author of numerous books on veterinary ethics, pain management, and animal welfare.

Duren is an equine nutritionist.

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