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Feeding the older horse

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Feeding the older horse

Horses are living longer mainly due to their evolution from working animals to pleasure animals and advances in equine medicine. As the horse gets older various physiological changes occur that require careful management.

When is a horse considered to be old or geriatric?

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Why and when should I change my ageing horses diet?

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What happens if my horse has dental problems?

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What happens if my horse suffers from either liver or kidney failure?

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My horses general health is good, so what kind of diet should I feed?

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What other factors may affect my ageing horse?

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