SOME OF THE RESEARCH RELATED TO OUR FEED
ACTIVE LIVE YEAST
Dietary yeast culture supplementation of mares during late gestation and early lactation, M. J. Glade. 1991. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, Vol 11;2 p.89-95.
Effect of live yeast culture supplementation on apparent digestibility and rate of passage in horses fed a high-fiber or high-starch diet. J. P. Jouany, J. Gobert, B. Medina, G. Bertin, V. Julliand. 2008. Journal of Animal Science, Vol 86;2 p.339-47.
Effect of live yeast culture supplementation on hindgut microbial communities and their polysaccharidase and glycoside hydrolase activities in horses fed a high-fiber or high-starch diet. J.P. Jouany, B. Medina, G. Bertin, V. Julliand. 2009. Journal of Animal Science. Vol 87;9 p.2844-52.
The influence of feeding a high calcium, algae supplement on gastric ulceration in adult horses, T. Moir, J. O'Brien, S. R. Hill, L. A. Waldron. 2016. Journal of Applied Animal Nutrition, Vol 4; E8.
An in vitro investigation into the effects of a marine-derived, multimineral supplement in simulated equine stomach and hindgut environments, M. Moore-Colyer, D. M. O'Gorman, K. Wakefield. 2014. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, Vol 34 p. 391-397.
LOW STARCH FEED
Risk factors associated with equine gastric ulceration syndrome (EGUS) in 201 horses in Denmark, N. Luthersson, K. Hou Nielsen, P. Harris, T. D. H. Parkin. 2009. Equine Veterinary Journal, Vol 41;7 p. 625-630.
Nutrition and dietary management of equine gastric ulcer syndrome, R. E. Reese, F. M. Andrews. 2009. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Equine Practice, Vol 25(1) p. 79-92.
An epidemiological study of myopathies in Warmblood horses, L. M. Hunt , S. J. Valberg, K. Stefenhagen, M. E. McCue. 2008. Equine Veterinary Journal, Vol 40:2 p. 171-177.
PSSM (POLYSACCHARIDE STORAGE MYOPATHY)
The effect of varying dietary starch and fat content on serum creatine kinase activity and substrate availability in equine polysaccharide storage myopathy, W. P. Ribeiro, S. J. Valberg, J. D. Pagan, B. Essen Gustavsson. 2004. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Vol 18(6) p. 887-894.
Effect of ration and exercise on plasma creatine kinase activity and lactate concentration in Thoroughbred horses with recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis, J. M. MacLeay, S. J. Valberg, J. D. Pagan, J. L. Xue, F. D. De La Corte, J. Roberts. 2000. American Journal of Veterinary Research, Vol 61(11) p.1390-1395.
Dietary control of exertional rhabdomyolysis in horses, B. A. Valentine, H. F. Hintz, K. M. Freels, A. J. Raynolds, K. N. Thompson. 1998. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Vol 212(10) p. 1588-1593.
Prevention of acidosis and laminitis associated with grain feeding in horses, J. B. Rowe, M. J. Lees, D. W. Pethick. 1994. The Journal of Nutrition, Vol 124 p. 2742-2744.
INSULIN RESISTANCE (IR)
Dietary management of obesity and insulin resistance: Countering risk for laminitis, R. J. Geor, P. Harris. 2009. Veterinary Clinics of North America, Vol 25(1) p. 51-65.