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    Gastric Ulceration in Horses
    The role of Bacteria and Lactic Acid

    by Rafat Al Jassim, Thomas McGowan, Frank Andrews and Catherine McGowan





    Pages: 34 pages
    Publisher: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation.
    Edition: 1st., No. 08/033, 2008
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978- 1741516226


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    Gastric ulceration is widespread and a very common problem in horses in training. When it occurs in
    horses, gastric ulceration is a potential insidious cause of poor athletic performance or, when severe,
    an animal welfare concern. It is widely accepted that this is a problem resulting from feeding and
    management practices, especially in racehorses where the prevalence is extremely high. Racehorses
    are fed large meals of grain rich diets and with extended periods of fasting between meals. This
    combined with increased gastric acid production during exercise, reduction in saliva production due to
    a low fibre diet, and indoor confinement, is likely to contribute to the development of stomach ulcers.



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