New book on equine nutrition published

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  • A new book on equine nutrition has been published, edited by three of the world’s leading veterinary nutrition experts.
    Equine Applied and Clinical Nutrition: Health, Welfare and Performance
    edited by Raymond Geor, Manfred Coenen and Pat Harris provides comprehensive information on the key topics in equine nutrition — both from scientific and applied perspectives.

    The book is packed with summary boxes, illustrations and graphics to make it more accessible to readers.

    Topics include the basic foundations of equine nutrition, nutritional management by life stage or function, the assessment of feedstuffs and feeding programmes, clinical nutrition and discussions on feed hygiene and the role of manufacturers in feed quality and safety.

    “The book is of core relevance to equine vets and nutritionists, as well as a valuable resource for students and the layman wanting to understand more about all aspects ofnutritional management,” said Professor Pat Harris.

    The book is available at www.elsevierhealth.com.

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