Archive for June, 2008
by Vicki Hershey of Mars Horsecare US
Mycotoxins are toxin compounds produced by fungi such as molds. Very often molds are visible, however, the visual absence of mold, does not mean Mycotoxins are not present. Many are microscopic. The right conditions for growth include temperature, oxygen and moisture. These conditions increase the likelihood that fungi will [...] Read More..>>
Posted by horseAdmin on June 18th, 2008 filed in podcast episodes
by Beth Stelzleni of Mars Horsecare US, Inc.
Ulcers are a major problem in the horse industry today, and it has been reported that 60-95% of all mature working horses have ulcer problems. Horses most at risk for ulcers include performance horses - especially race horses, but leisure horses can be at risk for ulcers [...] Read More..>>