In this Q&A, Equine Sports Medicine expert Kate Allen, BVSc, PhD, offers advice on recognizing respiratory challenges in their early and most treatable form.
Groundbreaking research related to equine nutrition began with the premise that bacterial diversity would not differ dramatically between dry hay and hay soaked in water or steamed at high temperatures.
Many owners dismiss an occasional mild cough as insignificant, which it usually is in people. From Nicky’s own experience, he wondered if it was an indicator of respiratory problems.
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