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Oil and oil by-products have been used for many years in equine diets primarily as energy and protein sources, respectively. The proposed benefits of feeding oils to horses include: improved energetic efficiency, improved athletic performance, enhanced body condition, less excitable behaviour, and improved health.

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Oil and oil by-products have been used for many years in equine diets primarily as energy and protein sources, respectively. The proposed benefits of feeding oils to horses include: improved energetic efficiency, improved athletic performance, enhanced body condition, less excitable behaviour, and improved health.

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Oil and oil by-products have been used for many years in equine diets primarily as energy and protein sources, respectively. The proposed benefits of feeding oils to horses include: improved energetic efficiency, improved athletic performance, enhanced body condition, less excitable behaviour, and improved health.

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Oil and oil by-products have been used for many years in equine diets primarily as energy and protein sources, respectively. The proposed benefits of feeding oils to horses include: improved energetic efficiency, improved athletic performance, enhanced body condition, less excitable behaviour, and improved health.

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Oil and oil by-products have been used for many years in equine diets primarily as energy and protein sources, respectively. The proposed benefits of feeding oils to horses include: improved energetic efficiency, improved athletic performance, enhanced body condition, less excitable behaviour, and improved health.

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Oil and oil by-products have been used for many years in equine diets primarily as energy and protein sources, respectively. The proposed benefits of feeding oils to horses include: improved energetic efficiency, improved athletic performance, enhanced body condition, less excitable behaviour, and improved health.

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Oil and oil by-products have been used for many years in equine diets primarily as energy and protein sources, respectively. The proposed benefits of feeding oils to horses include: improved energetic efficiency, improved athletic performance, enhanced body condition, less excitable behaviour, and improved health.

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As I have discussed previously, your horse’s gut plays such an important role in maintaining health and wellbeing. The gastrointestinal tract works hard to digest feedstuffs, make essential nutrients that the horse can’t produce on its own…

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Horses have evolved to browse and graze, are well suited to high-fibre, low-starch diets, and spend 16-18 hours per day grazing. Wild horses rarely fast for more than a couple of hours at a time. The dietary management of domestic horses is often far removed from that of their wild counterparts…

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Laminitis is a systemic condition that manifests in the foot. It is a condition that affects the laminae in the hoof. These laminae are “velcro-like” sensitive structures that connect the pedal bone to the hoof wall.

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