Equine Technical Articles

Management

Article published the July 2, 2007:

Promoting growth of the Irish equine industry in the global market: a case study

Teagasc, the Agriculture and Food Development Authority, is the national body in Ireland providing integrated research, advisory and training services to the agriculture and food industry and rural communities....
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Article published the June 22, 2007:

Horses remain firmly in the saddle in US culture

The horse has been a colorful and significant part of US history. Horses were used for transportation, preparing fields for planting and harvesting crops, operating machinery, and shipping commodities. A social...
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Article published the April 27, 2007:

Horse sense: what keeps horses from betting on people

The origin and evolution of the thoroughbred racehorse of today has been the subject of scientific debate for hundreds of years, but there is no definitive conclusion other than general agreement that there are...
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Article published the April 13, 2007:

Requirements of a successful equine nutrition consulting business

Developing and maintaining a successful consulting business in the equine industry requires knowledge, experience, credibility, ethics, aptitude, commitment, dedication, enthusiasm and a willingness to go the e...
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Article published the April 9, 2007:

The effect of inorganic and organic forms of copper and zinc on mineral digestibility and retention in yearling geldings in training

A mineral proteinate is a chelated mineral complex formed by reacting a mineral salt with a specifically prepared mixture of amino acids and small peptides. The chelate that results from the binding of the mine...
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Article published the March 26, 2007:

Bone biomechanics: a review of the influences of exercise and nutritional management on bone modeling in the growing and exercising horse

A strong, well-conformed and developed musculoskeletal system is essential to provide structural support and limb soundness in exercising horses of all ages. These needs are greatest in the athletic horse to wi...
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Article published the March 20, 2007:

A novel, knowledge-based concept for performance diagnosis and training adjustment in horses

When comparing the scientific approaches and efforts that are currently applied to improve performance capability in all fields of human athletic competition, it is more than obvious that scientific approaches ...
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Article published the February 7, 2007:

Antioxidants in physiology and nutrition of exercising horses

Significant micronutrient deficiencies have historically been described in humans with particular diseases and although less prevalent, clinical signs of deficiency have also been reported in the horse (Lewis, ...
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