Equine nutrients and Feeding has develop into the traditional paintings at the topic, overlaying each point of the foodstuff of breeding, growing to be and dealing horses, describing the root upon which scientifically derived conclusions for food and nutritional necessities are reached. Following the final version in 1998, the booklet has been largely up-to-date, revised and rewritten with regards to good over four hundred papers which have been released on account that 1998 on equine technological know-how. it's been made simpler by way of taking off the results of latest learn for feeding programmes and it incorporates a complete account of the toxicology and metabolic and different illnesses, concerning vitamin. Their motives and keep an eye on are mentioned and entire lists of definitions of the phrases and abbreviations used are given.
Chapter 1 The Digestive approach (pages 1–29):
Chapter 2 usage of the goods of nutritional strength and Protein (pages 30–50):
Chapter three the jobs of significant Minerals and hint components (pages 51–87):
Chapter four nutrition and Water standards (pages 88–115):
Chapter five materials of Horse Feeds (pages 116–185):
Chapter 6 Estimating Nutrient standards (pages 186–243):
Chapter 7 Feeding the Breeding Mare, Foal and Stallion (pages 244–276):
Chapter eight development (pages 277–299):
Chapter nine Feeding for functionality and the Metabolism of meals in the course of workout (pages 300–365):
Chapter 10 Grassland and Pasture administration (pages 366–422):
Chapter eleven Pests and diseases on the topic of Grazing sector, nutrition and Housing (pages 423–486):
Chapter 12 Laboratory equipment for Assessing dietary prestige and a few nutritional techniques (pages 487–505):
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The glycerol released during fat breakdown tends to accumulate during hard exercise, possibly because of the raised concentration of blood lactate, and only on completion of hard muscular work is it utilized for the regeneration of glucose (Fig. 1). The energy requirements of extended work can be accommodated entirely within the aerobic breakdown of glucose and by the oxidation of body fat. Thus, no continued accumulation of lactate was observed in two horses subjected to an endurance ride (Fig.
Horses and ponies accustomed to a diet rich in cereals will have, in a rhythmical fashion, greater peaks and lower troughs of blood glucose than those individuals maintained on a roughage diet, owing to differences in insulin secretion and the differences in rates of consumption of the two types of diet. The grain-fed horse at peak blood glucose is more spirited, and less so in the trough, but cannot necessarily sustain work better at the peak. The practical corollary of this is that individual horses and ponies accustomed to a diet rich in concentrates should be fed regularly and frequently in relatively small quantities, not only to prevent the occurrence of colic, but also to smooth out the cyclic changes in blood glucose (preparation for exercise is a different matter and is discussed in Chapter 9).
Such a rise is unlikely to occur after a meal, as normal feeds are low in fat content. ENERGY METABOLISM Hard muscular work may require that energy is available for muscular contraction at a rate some 40 times that needed for normal resting activity. Thus, rapid changes in the supply of blood glucose could result unless the animal’s system responds quickly. There are many changes to accommodate the altered circumstances, but our discussion at this point will relate to the supply of nutrients to the tissues.