Protein may be the most misunderstood nutrient class when it comes to feeding horses. Protein is used in the formation of tissue, such as muscle, as well as to make hormones, enzymes, and antibodies. Protein is composed of chains of amino acids. There are twenty-two am...

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Protein is perhaps the most misunderstood component of the equine diet.  Protein is used in the formation of tissue, including muscle, as well as to make hormones, enzymes, and anti-bodies.  This webcast will explore the make-up of protein, common means of suppl...

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Selecting the correct bit for a horse is dependent on a number of factors including the horse's level of training and the rider's experience level.  Knowing how a bit functions and distributes pressure on a horse's face is essential for determining what bit is a...

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