EGUS Treatment, Prevention and Management.

Watch webinar two with leading Equine Veterinarian A/Prof Dr Ben Sykes BSc BVMS MS MBA DipACVIM DipECEIM PhD. Session two continues to explore what’s new in Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) and Equine Glandular Gastric Disease (EGGD) with a special focus on treatment, prevention and management. Watch the second in this series of three thought…

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What’s New in EGUS? with A/Prof Dr Ben Sykes

Watch the first in this series of three thought leading webinars that are pioneering the way we think about Equine Digestive Health and Disease with leading Equine Veterinarian A/Prof Dr Ben Sykes BSc BVMS MS MBA DipACVIM DipECEIM PhD. We have had a huge response to webinar one, What’s New in EGUS? with A/Prof Dr…

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The benefits of antioxidants for breeding stallions.

When developing an appropriate feed program for stallions during breeding season it is important to treat each horse as an individual. Various factors such as age, breed, body condition, temperament, breeding frequency and workload should be taken into consideration. The stallion’s diet should meet all of his energy, protein, vitamin and mineral requirements. The physical…

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CHILL PILL – Is Magnesium the Magic Mineral for Spooky Horses?

There is nothing worse than trying to handle – let alone ride – a spooky, hyper-reactive horse who just won’t listen. When it comes to the spooky horse though, there are a couple of things you need to remember. First, it’s in a horse’s nature to follow its “flight” rather than “fight” response, and secondly,…

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How to ensure they are getting all the vitamins and minerals they need?

With the overabundance of concentrate feeds and supplements available to horse owners, selecting the right feed programme for your horse may seem like a daunting task. The evolution of the internet has brought knowledge to our fingertips and with a single click of a button we can quickly access all sorts of information. However, search…

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Hindgut Dysbiosis – What it is and how to manage it in racehorses.

The hindgut is a remarkable feature of the horse’s digestive tract. It’s not only important for fibre digestion, but also aids hydration and electrolyte balance, provides the horse with some vitamins and also contributes to immune function. The hindgut houses trillions of microbes that have a profound impact on the overall health and well-being of…

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