Feeding Geriatrics, Athletic Horses

The traditional diet for horses includes oats, corn, and barley. Starch (a hydrolyzable carbohydrate) is a primary component of these. There is evidence that the horse has a limited capacity to digest and absorb starch from the small intestine.

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