Forage and Horses: Why it's Important and What Are the Options?

September 17, 2013

Summary

Forage is a critical part of the equine diet.  In this webcast, we'll discuss just why forage is important, and what the alternatives are when weather or other issues make forage hard to come by.

 

Presenter Details

Karen Waite is an Equine Extension Specialist in Michigan and teaches and advises Equine students in the MSU Department of Animal Science.  In her Extension roles she coordinates the Adult Equine Extension program, the Michigan Equine Survey, and is the Director of Leadership Development for My Horse University.  In addition, she oversees the Youth Equine Extension program and is active with eXtension Horse Quest

 

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