Equine Digestion and Physiology: Structural vs Non-Structural Carbohydrates
Welcome to our final part of the second series, giving you a more in depth look into the good, the bad and the ugly parts of carbohydrates and why it is so important to include a high percentage of structural carbohydrates in your horse’s rations.
Did you know that in Australia, feed energy is measured in MJ and 35kg of pasture grass has a similar level of energy as 8 to 9kg of hay (depending on the type of pasture // hay)?
Non-Structural Carbohydrates (Sugar) is followed by an insulin response in the digestion process – could it make my horse sick?
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