Gastric Ulcers and Weanlings: Effects of Diet Type

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Gastric ulcers can affect horses of all breeds, ages, shapes, and sizes. Weanlings are among these: They are transitioning from a diet of milk to one of forages and concentrates, while also experiencing the stress of separation from their dams. So, what type of feed should an owner provide to ease the transition's impact on a weanling's GI tract? A team from the University of Illinois led by Kevin

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