Equine Nutrition BooksHorse Nutrition Books
Reference to the latest information, among them "Nutrient needs of horses", from the National Research Council (2007). It is the indispensable text for every graduate trainee in equine nutrition, equine veterinarian care, equine veterinarian care or agriculture. They are also used by equine dieticians and equine breeders.
Horse nutrition and feeding - David Frape
released in 1986, it has become the authoritative work on the topic, addressing every facet of the nutrition of livestock, working and working horse and setting out the foundation on which to draw scientific inferences for nutrition and nutritional needs. It has been comprehensively modernized, reworked and re-written, with a complete biography and references guide.
Suggested horse nutrition books or online courses?
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