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Equine nutrition is the feeding of horses, ponies, mules, donkeys, and other equines. Correct and balanced nutrition is a critical component of proper horse care. Horses are non-ruminant herbivores of a type known as a "hindgut fermenter." Horses have only one stomach, as do humans. However, unlike humans, they also need to digest plant fiber (largely cellulose) that comes from grass or hay. Ruminants like cattle are foregut fermenters, and digest fiber in plant matter by use of a multi-chambered stomach, whereas horses use microbial fermentation in a part of the digestive system known as the cecum (or caecum) to break down the cellulose.

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  • Pferdefutter
  • Equine nutrition
  • Alimentation des équidés
  • Hästens föda
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  • Pferdefutter sind Futtermittel, die speziell für Pferde entwickelt und produziert werden, an Pferde und Ponys gefüttert werden und an die Bedarfe der modernen Pferdehaltung angepasst sind.
  • Hästens föda består av grundfoder för hästen, hö och gräs, som alla hästar måste ha tillgång till varje dag och vatten som en häst knappt kan klara två dygn utan (arabiska fullblod och andra orientaliska raser som lever i öknen är dock tåligare och klarar sig något längre). Utöver basfodret kan hästar även få olika sorters kraftfoder (exempelvis havre, betfor, pellets) och olika sorters tillskott (vitaminer, mineraler, melass, m.m). En häst bör även få tillgång till salt då hästens vanliga foder har en tämligen låg naturlig salthalt.
  • Equine nutrition is the feeding of horses, ponies, mules, donkeys, and other equines. Correct and balanced nutrition is a critical component of proper horse care. Horses are non-ruminant herbivores of a type known as a "hindgut fermenter." Horses have only one stomach, as do humans. However, unlike humans, they also need to digest plant fiber (largely cellulose) that comes from grass or hay. Ruminants like cattle are foregut fermenters, and digest fiber in plant matter by use of a multi-chambered stomach, whereas horses use microbial fermentation in a part of the digestive system known as the cecum (or caecum) to break down the cellulose.
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