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Many horse owners are scared of protein and believe it makes their horse crazy or hot. Some think it causes laminitis and growth problems in young horses or even leads to kidney damage. In reality though, protein does not cause any of these issues. As a matter of fact 15% of your horse’s total body mass is made up by protein and can be found in the muscles, skin, hair and hooves. Unfortunately protein is quite misunderstood, which is a real problem as it is critically important. In order to provide adequate dietary protein, it is important to have an understanding of how protein is digested and absorbed, the different dietary sources of protein available to the horse and the protein and amino acid requirements for horses of various ages and physiological states. We have broken this article up into 4 sections to give you a better understanding of the role of protein in your horse’s diet.
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