We hope that reading this special has helped you on your way to creating a good feed ration for your old horse. What you have now learned:
- How you can recognise that your horse is getting older.
- Assess whether he’s at a healthy weight.
- What the focus points are for an older horse.
- What the most common diseases are.
- What you need to consider where roughage is concerned.
- Which supplementary nutrition is suitable.
- How you can keep an old horse exercising and why this is so important.
- You have looked at a number of example rations.
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It’s an undeniable fact that your horse is getting older and will have an increasing number of specific needs. The above tips will help you to ensure your horse can happily and healthily grow old. You will also be able to recognise when you need to enlist the help of an expert in a timely manner.
Do you have any questions? Then don’t hesitate to contact one of our experts.
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Veerle Vandendriessche, veterinarian and nutritionist
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