Ask The Vet
To me, good nutrition boils down to the difference between what will keep a horse alive, even reproducing, and what supports their maximum potential for health, growth and performance. There's more difference between the two than you might suspect. Meeting the horse's basic nutritional requirements can have a dramatic impact on everything from coat, skin and hoof health to immune function. To do that, you need to actually know what you're doing with feeding your horse.
Eleanor Kellon, VMD, currently serves as the Staff Veterinary Specialist for Uckele Health & Nutrition. An established authority in the field of equine nutrition for over 30 years, Dr. Kellon is a valuable resource in the field of applications and nutraceuticals in horses. She formerly served as Veterinary Editor for 'Horse Journal' and John Lyons 'Perfect Horse' and is owner of Equine Nutritional Solutions, a thriving private practice. A prolific writer, Dr. Kellon is the author of many best-selling books on a variety of medical and nutritional topics and has contributed to both lay and professional publications.
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