Concise Guide to Nutrition in the Horse
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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The Horses Digestive System
Making Horse Feed
The Ground Rules
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