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Feeding and Management of Foals and Growing Horses, 1e (2023)

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

 
This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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This volume offers the latest research-based findings to equip professionals involved in the breeding and raising of horses. Contributions were carefully selected and prepared by leading experts in their fields. The collection starts with a discussion of pregnant and lactating mares, followed by details on foal development, nutritional requirements, and feeding practices under different conditions. Special sections on young horses in training, parasite control as well as on health risks related to nutrition and exercise round off this unique and easy-to-read reference.

Today’s horses perform variety of roles and there are many categories of horses based on their breed, size and use, making adequate nutrition challenging. This book considers the links between health, proper dietary treatment and management practices to increase our understanding of the needs of growing horses. In addition, it highlights various innovations in equine nutrition and management to ensure animal wellbeing.

Veterinarians, animal nutritionist, and all stakeholders and people working in the horse industry will benefit from the presented knowledge. This book fills a literature gap to prevent health consequences and strengthen performance and physical development in equines.

978-3-031-35271-3


Markku Saastamoinen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, graduated at the University of Helsinki in Animal Science (animal nutrition and animal genetics). He published his doctorial thesis on ‘Genetic and Environmental Parameter for Measures of Racing Performance in Standardbred and Finnhorse Trotters’ at the University of Helsinki. Markku is currently working as a senior scientist in Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE) on several topics related to horses and horse production, and as a lecturer in equine nutrition and management at the University of Helsinki. He has published scientific and popular publications on equine nutrition, genetics, management, exercise physiology, and equine economy, and edited textbooks on equine nutrition. He has held several national and European positions in scientific and horse organizations and committees and has been president of the Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) as well as a secretary and vice president of the Horse Commission of the European Association of Animal Science (EAAP).

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Este volumen ofrece los últimos hallazgos basados en investigaciones para equipar a los profesionales involucrados en la cría y crianza de caballos. Las contribuciones fueron cuidadosamente seleccionadas y preparadas por destacados expertos en sus campos. La colección comienza con una discusión sobre yeguas gestantes y lactantes, seguida de detalles sobre el desarrollo de los potros, los requisitos nutricionales y las prácticas de alimentación en diferentes condiciones. Secciones especiales sobre caballos jóvenes en entrenamiento, control de parásitos y riesgos para la salud relacionados con la nutrición y el ejercicio completan esta referencia única y fácil de leer.

Los caballos de hoy desempeñan una variedad de funciones y existen muchas categorías de caballos según su raza, tamaño y uso, lo que hace que una nutrición adecuada sea un desafío. Este libro considera los vínculos entre la salud, el tratamiento dietético adecuado y las prácticas de manejo para aumentar nuestra comprensión de las necesidades de los caballos en crecimiento. Además, destaca diversas innovaciones en nutrición y manejo equino para garantizar el bienestar animal.

Los veterinarios, nutricionistas animales y todas las partes interesadas y personas que trabajan en la industria equina se beneficiarán de los conocimientos presentados. Este libro llena un vacío bibliográfico para prevenir consecuencias para la salud y fortalecer el rendimiento y el desarrollo físico de los equinos.

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Markku Saastamoinen , Ph.D., científico senior, graduado en Ciencia Animal (nutrición animal y genética animal) por la Universidad de Helsinki. Publicó su tesis doctoral sobre 'Parámetros genéticos y ambientales para medidas del rendimiento en carreras en manitas de raza estándar y finlandeses' en la Universidad de Helsinki. Markku trabaja actualmente como científico senior en el Instituto de Recursos Naturales de Finlandia (LUKE) en varios temas relacionados con los caballos y la producción de caballos, y como profesor de nutrición y gestión equina en la Universidad de Helsinki. Ha publicado publicaciones científicas y de divulgación sobre nutrición equina, genética, manejo, fisiología del ejercicio y economía equina, y ha editado libros de texto sobre nutrición equina. Ha ocupado varios cargos nacionales y europeos en organizaciones y comités científicos y ecuestres y ha sido presidente del Equine Workshop on Equine Nutrition (EWEN) así como secretario y vicepresidente de la Comisión del Caballo de la Asociación Europea de Ciencia Animal (EAe
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