What You Need To Know About Gastric Ulcers in Horses

What You Need To Know About Gastric Ulcers in Horses

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Do you know what is necessary to keep your horses healthy? Horse nutrition is not as simple as you might think. While there are many preventative health issues you do know about, others are more complex. Gastric ulcers in horses are just one major health concern.

Gastric ulcers occur in the stomach of your horse. This painful condition is quite common in horses, but is easily preventable! Many horse owners don’t even realize that their feeding practices are damaging their horses’ stomachs until it’s too late.

One of the most important things to remember about preventing ulcers in horses is that it begins with education. Understanding your horse’s digestive system is key to providing proper nutrition. Horses don’t eat food like humans, dogs, cats, or other of our friendly, furry friends.

Unlike humans, horses are built to graze slowly. Naturally, horses eat small meals throughout the day while they graze. Therefore, a horse’s stomach produces digestive fluids often. If a proper amount of food is not kept in your horse’s stomach, then their digestive fluids can start damaging their stomach lining.

In order to prevent ulcers in your horse and ensure proper nutrition, make sure you are feeding your horse how nature intended. The iFEED automatic horse feeders provide small, pre-measured meals to your horse throughout the day. In order to keep your horses healthy, start learning more about the iFEED system today!

What You Need To Know About Gastric Ulcers in Horses
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