This book describes recent developments on equine nutrition and
rehabilitation. Experts provide reviews on feeding horses with roughage
only and with medicinal plants, as well as insight in the potential
importance of monitoring the urine of horses for mycotoxins. Information
on the effect of supplementing the diet of horses with dimethylglycine and
aleurone complement the nutritive information.
Moreover, overviews are given on managing the whole horse instead of the
lesioned tissues only and inform on a new tool to monitor the effect of
measures taken. In addition, there is very specific information on the
effect of training horses included.