Proof is in the Przewalski

June, 2020 \ by Emily Dickson Collaborator

Key Takeaways:  Horse domestication puts our beloved animals at a distinct gut health disadvantage.  New research regarding gut microbiome diversity in Przewalski’s wild horse shows that domesticated horses have much-less-diverse...

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How Do I Right the Ship?

April, 2020 \ by Amanda Bradbery, Ph.D. Collaborator

Key Takeaways You'll Get All horses need pre- and probiotics. Feed changes, antibiotics, travel, disease, analgesics, anesthesia—even stress—are unavoidable in the domesticated animal and can overload and capsize the boat...

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Probiotic Use With Antibiotics is Important

January, 2019 \ by Robo Hendrickson

Probiotic Use With Antibiotics is Important ANTIBIOTICS KILL ALL BACTERIA - BAD & GOOD... An antibiotic is defined as a medicine (such as penicillin or its derivatives) that inhibits the...

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