Farnam’s Dr. Richard Godbee demystifies horse probiotics and explains when they are of value to horses.
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It only takes one trip to the feed store to marvel at the vast array of equine feed products.
There was a time in the not-too-distant past when hay and oats or sweet feed were the basis of most working horses’ diets. In recent years, sweet feed has fallen out of fashion as horse owners have realized that it is often loaded with sugar and starch. Oats are a good source of energy, but they aren't balanced in calcium and phosphorus; they are also very low in minerals and vitamins...