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Feeding horses properly in winter is key to maintaining health

Feb 1, 2013
High-fiber feeds produce more heat during digestion than low-fiber feeds. Thus, more heat will be produced through the digestion of hay than low-fiber grains such as corn and barley. Although oats are a low-fiber grain, they will produce more heat during digestion than other grains due to their fibrous outer hull.

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