This short University of Minnesota Extension video will help you understand nonstructural carbohydrates in horse pastures.
The Equine Genetics and Genomics Laboratory at the University of Minnesota (UMN) is wants your help in a study to determine the genetic mechanisms associated with equine muscle disorders and how diet and exercise affect them.
It has been suggested that feeding hay before a grain meal will slow the rate of grain intake. This concept is not well researched; therefore, a study was designed to test the hypothesis that feeding hay before a grain meal would slow intake rate.
The GAO analysis shows that U.S. horses intended for slaughter are now traveling significantly greater distances to reach their final destination, where they are not covered by U.S. humane slaughter protections.