Manufacturers of prebiotics and probiotics suggest that these supplements benefit horses by maintaining or restoring the health of the bacteria, parasites, fungi, and yeast that make up the equine intestinal microbiome. But does science support the use of prebiotics and probiotics in horses? According to recent reviews on the subject, the answer is, unfortunately, not exactly.Read more below...#BarastocHorse #LoveYourHorse #EquiNews ... See MoreSee Less
Prebiotics and Probiotics for Horses: Beneficial or Benign?
Manufacturers of prebiotics and probiotics suggest...
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The term “inflammatory bowel disease,” or IBD, refers to a cluster of conditions characterized by infiltration of the intestinal wall with populations of plasma cells, eosinophils, lymphocytes, basophils, or macrophages. IBD is classified based on the exact type of cells that invade the wall. Examples include lymphocytic-plasmacytic enterocolitis, granulomatous enteritis, and diffuse eosinophilic enteritis.Find out more below:#EquiNews #BarastocHorse #LoveYourHorse ... See MoreSee Less
Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Horses
Recurrent colic in horses remains an important and...
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