The effects of a high starch, cereal- based diet compared to a low starch, fibre-based diet on reactivity in horses
Horses fed on concentrate feeds which contain low starch (7%), show reduced reactivity compared to horses fed an isocalorific diet containing high levels of starch (28%).
KeywordsBody Condition Score Average Heart Rate High Starch Large Neutral Amino Acid Reactivity Score
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