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Decreasing the Costs of Feeding Horses
Cynthia McCall
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Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 02/10/2012

Good nutrition is critical to a horse's health, just as it is with all animals. Protein and energy are usually the most expensive nutrients in the horse's diet. Learn ways to decrease the cost of feeding horses in this publication that includes a daily nutrient requirement chart and lots of tips and suggestions.

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