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horse nutrition, pregnant marePregnant and lactating mares require a little bit more love and attention during the last few months – similar to that of a human being. Foals in utero require plenty of nutrients due to their high levels of energy, protein and mineral needs. However, the bigger the foal grows, the less space is left for the mare to digest important nutrients – naturally. Which is why her appetite may lessen dramatically during the last couple of months of pregnancy. During the first 8 months of pregnancy, your mare’s nutritional needs will be similar to the diet she consumed before conceiving. It’s during the last trimester where things become more demanding, causing her to need a little extra help in order to bring a healthy foal into the world.

So how do you ensure your pregnant mare receives adequate nutrition?


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