Nutritional Articles

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New references in Equine Nutrition 022009

Published: 2009-06-12

  • Cehak, A., Burmester, M., Geburek, F., Feige, K. and Breves, G. 2009. Electrophysiological characterization of electrolyte and nutrient transport across the small intestine in horses. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 93: 287–294.
  • Kaya G., Sommerfeld-Stur, I. and Iben, C. 2009 Risk factors of colic in horses in Austria. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 93:339–349.
  • Wijnberg, I. D., van der Ven, P. J. and Fink-Gremmels Gehrmann J. 2009. Outbreak of salivary syndrome on several horse farms in the Netherlands. Veterinary Record 164: 595-597.
  • Kolář et al. 2009 Changes in methane release form organic matter passing through the digestive tract of horses. Czech J. Anim. Sci. 54: 112-120.
  • Kalck, K.A., Frank, N, Elliott, S.B. and Boston, R.C. 2009. Effects of low-dose oligofructose treatment administered via nasogastric intubation on induction of laminitis and associated alterations in glucose and insulin dynamics in horses. Am. J. Vet. Res. 70: 624-632.
  • Frank, N., Equine Metabolic Syndrome. J. Eq. Vet. Sci.29: 259-267
  • Gomaa, N., Koeller, G. and Schusser, G.F. 2009. Tryglycerids, free fatty acids and total bilirubin in horses with left ventral colon impaction. Pferdeheilkunde 25: 137-40.
  • Schultze, C., Wutke, W., Otto, B., Kähn, W., and Venner, M. 2009. Toxisch bedingter Hahnentritt (Australian Stringhalt) bei Pferden in Deutschland. Pferdeheilkunde 25: 115-118.

 Summaries of the Equine Science Society meeting 2009

The Journal of Equine Veterinary Science dedicates the May issue (Volume 29, No. 5) to the Equine Science Society meeting held in Colorado. Abstracts regarding nutrition, exercise physiology and production and management can be found in this issue.