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Your Cal-Gro Questions Answered: New Pelleted Format

Your Cal-Gro Questions Answered: New Pelleted Format

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The importance of protein for yearlings

The importance of protein for yearlings

In the run up to yearling sales, enhancing physical development is key to making sure that they stand out and look their very best in the sale ring. Protein is an important nutritional component for supporting optimal muscle development.

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Friska Foal: a vitamin supplement for foals

Friska Foal: a vitamin supplement for foals

Young foals are entirely dependent on the mare’s milk to provide all of their nutritional needs.

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Preparing yearlings for sale

Preparing yearlings for sale

Having put huge efforts into selecting horses for the sales, it is vital they are in optimum condition with great topline and coat shine to ensure they look their absolute best and stand out in the sales ring.

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Skeletal development of foals in utero & throughout growth

Skeletal development of foals in utero & throughout growth

Correct nutrition is essential to maintain bone health in horses – particularly during skeletal growth and development. Consequently, a foal’s diet should be continually assessed and managed from in-utero development right through to training.

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Feeding young foals

Feeding young foals

A foal’s early days can potentially shape its future health and performance for the rest of its life, so getting it right will pay dividends forever.

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Diarrhoea in foals

Diarrhoea in foals

Diarrhoea is commonly seen in foals and can range from being relatively harmless to fatal. Knowing when and how to intervene can make all the difference.

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Collecting Donor Colostrum

Collecting Donor Colostrum

Colostrum or “first milk” is the thick, yellow secretion from the mammary gland.

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Nutrition Advice for Preparing Yearlings for Sale

Nutrition Advice for Preparing Yearlings for Sale

It is that time of year again, the summer is coming to an end and the yearling sales are fast approaching.

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Supplementing the Foal

Supplementing the Foal

It is important to keep on top of shifting nutritional requirements as foals grow, develop, and become less reliant on their mother’s milk. The young equine gut also has to quickly adapt to utilising a solid diet and, being hind-gut fermenters, an increasing reliance on bacterial gut populations.

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Extra Nutritional Support for the Newborn Foal

Extra Nutritional Support for the Newborn Foal

The broodmare can provide all the foal’s nutritional requirements for growth, development and immune protection up to three months of life. Getting everything right for the mare and foal can be challenging

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