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I care for a 12-year-old Warmblood gelding that urinates excessively. The vet is looking into medical issues, but I was wondering if there could be a nutritional cause. Any ideas?
I have grain-sensitive horses and found low-GI (glycemic index) feeds did not help as much as promised. Additionally, they seem very high in protein. Is this a concern?
What is the best way to feed an aged, foundered Arabian mare?
My overweight Quarter Horse gelding has insulin resistance with accompanying laminitis risk. Can I feed him a fortified forage alfalfa (lucerne) cube and grass hay, so long as everything is low-starch?
My old gelding has a growth under his chin. It could be goiter, according to my vet. Is there anything nutritionally that I can do for him?