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Posted: March 26, 2020
Dr. Tania Cubitt Performance Horse Nutrition   Mare owners spend thousands of dollars on stud fees and shell out hundreds of dollars in veterinary care to prepare their mares for breeding and foaling. Mares are expected to grow a healthy foal inside them for 11 months and produce enough milk for that foal for up to 6 months. Furthermore, many...
Posted: June 3, 2015
Dr. Tania Cubitt
Performance Horse Nutrition The goal of any breeding program is to produce strong sound foals. To do this there are several factors involved including genetics, environment and nutrition. Nutrition is a critical piece of any successful breeding operation and must be considered at every level: Stallions, mares, foals. In part...
Posted: May 12, 2015
Dr. Stephen Duren
Performance Horse Nutrition “Mowing” is a term used to describe the cutting or trimming of grass.  The mowing process cuts grass to a uniform height in a pasture or lawn.  Do pastures, paddocks or fields used to graze horses require mowing?  Is there a potential benefit of mowing?  At what height do you mow pasture grass? ...

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