Harold Hintz, PhD, MS

Harold Hintz, PhD, MS, retired from teaching animal nutrition at Cornell University in 2005 and is now a professor emeritus there. He is also a member of The Horse’s Editorial Advisory Board. His main research interest is equine nutrition, particularly mineral and energy metabolism. He has authored 190 peer-reviewed journal articles, 615 articles in non-refereed publications, and has authored or co-authored four books and contributed to 36 books.

Articles by Harold Hintz

What's In The Bag?

Is the data on that tag stitched to the feed bag effective for predicting the performance of the feed? While there are some limitations, the data are useful not only for evaluation, but also to help decide which feed to buy. Furthermore, the fee Read More

Vitamin E and Equine Motor Neuron Disease

Thomas J. Divers, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, ACVECC, reported at the Cornell at Saratoga Symposium on Equine Health Care that many of the questions about equine motor neuron disease (EMND) have been answered. EMND was first reported in 1990 by the late Read More