It is as simple as this: her health is your wealth.
Diet composition, ingredient levels, diet form, meal frequency and feeding time are directly related to the horse’s digestive tract anatomy and physiology. The horse’s digestive system is designed to handle frequent small meals, predominately roughage based. It is important to have a feeding and management program that maintains hindgut function, structure and promotes gut homeostasis. Feed quality is also an important factor in maintaining a healthy horse digestive system. Measures to control mold, toxins, rancidity and many other substances should be included in the feeding program. We invite you to contact a Nutriad specialist in your area, to see how our programs can help improve health and performance of your horses.
For more specific information on our feed supplements and the latest updates, please contact our local staff in your country.