The percentage of horses with ulcers continues to increase, and higher intensity levels of training are correlated with an increase in ulcer incidence.
For Healthy Animals
However, when nighttime temperatures drop in the autumn, it becomes too chilly for plants to grow and the sugars are stored for later use. This leads to a concentration of stored sugars in the plants, which may increase the risk of digestive upset or laminitis in some horses.
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