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New Mix for Fish

New Mix For Fish   Proteolytic enzymes (Phytase) Phytases have been employed in animal feeds for several years, used primarily for reducing the environmental impact and phosphorus loads of farm effluents. The beneficial effect of dietary phytase has been associated with the limited ability...
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What probiotics can do for your horse?

Probiotics have been studied for more than a century, and their use is now common for food animals, such as cattle. For the past decade or so, veterinarians have been administering them to horses, too, to aid recovery from serious intestinal illnesses. Described in...
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Maintaining Balance

For example, if a horse who usually eats mostly hay gets more pasture grass one day, the organisms who thrive on that particular mix of foodstuffs thrive while their counterparts decline. Most of the time, these fluxes are harmless and self-correcting. There are many...
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Yeast Cell Wall

Are live strains of the yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, are used in animal nutrition to enhance fiber digestion in both ruminants and non-ruminants. These strains have the ability to metabolize nutrients in an anaerobic environment and promote the growth of beneficial bacteria, including those that can utilize lactic acid....
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The Microbiome

As they uncover the microbes in the ­intestine—which is as daunting a task as decoding the equine genome—­researchers are simultaneously attempting to determine what functions each serves. Currently, they believe on the whole the equine microbiome is responsible for: Fermenting fiber in the hindgut...
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Organic acids and Enzymes

Organic acids and Enzymes All animals require food to maintain bodily condition, provide the raw materials for growth, repair damaged tissues and provide energy for work or exercise. The horse is a grazing animal, designed to eat almost constantly throughout the day. Their natural...
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Muscle Atrophy

What is muscle atrophy? Muscle atrophy is not a single disease, it is simply the loss of muscle mass and it can have a range of clinical presentations and underlying causes. This complexity can make it a challenge to diagnose its underlying cause and...
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Witanor Horse – testing

Veterinær Tonje Lund Ness har gjennomført en test med Witanor Horse-pulver. – Witanor Horse er et nytt produkt på markedet, og jeg ville teste det for å få egne erfaringer, og for å kunne se effekten hos flere hester. På den måten kunne jeg...
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Chantelle Haagensen

The victory of Chantelle Haagensen, one of the most talented young rider in Norway today. had an ominous opponent yet managed to pull it together for the main event. Such a win for the young rider. Chantelle has been feeding Witanor supplements. It’s no...
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Does your horse have Allergies?

  Hives are a common allergic response in horses, just as they are in people. While a mild case of hives or other allergic response, such as itchy or irritated skin, may appear mysteriously and disappear just as quietly on its own, it’s worth...
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