Horse Journal Guide to Equine Supplements and Nutraceuticals

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Lyons Press, 2008 - Medical - 290 pages
An all-new, up-to-date guide to the mind-boggling array of equine nutraceuticals and supplements on the market today from the most trusted publication in the equestrian world, Horse Journal. This is the only book of its kind, complete with photos and charts, to guide you in making decisions about the optimal nutrition and preventative care for your horse, as well as natural supplements for performance. Dr. Eleanor Kellon is a founding editor at Horse Journal, and her articles have appeared in many books and magazines. Her philosophy has always been that herbal and proper nutritional support can help horses who suffer from allergies, insulin resistance, laminitis, weight problems, tendonitis, and ligament ailments. The Big Book fills a long-standing gap in horse care.

Eleanor Kellon is a veterinarian and equine consultant whose work appears regularly in Equus, Perfect Horseman, Hoofbeats and The Chronicle of the Horse. She and her husband live in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, where they breed and race Standardbreds.

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Eleanor Kellon, VMD, is the veterinary editor for The Horse Journal and the author of Equine Supplements & Nutraceuticals: A Guide to Peak Health and Performance (Breakthrough Publications, 1999).

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