The Adaptive Equine Stomach

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A study at the Island Whirl Equine Colic Research Laboratory at the University of Florida has determined that the horse's stomach can adapt to meals of various sizes and compositions, giving researchers a better understanding of how the normal stomach works. Following other studies, this could provide insight into the relationship between feeding practices and risk for development of colic.

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