By Harold F. Hintz
This replace of a regular reference in horse care displays the result of the last decade of study on horse food that has taken position because the past variation. the amount offers equations for calculating day-by-day standards for significant nutritional parts, tables of day-by-day nutrient specifications calculated from the equations, tables of nutrient concentrations required in overall diets, composition of feeds common for horses, large references, and more.
Plus, buyers will obtain a working laptop or computer diskette with courses to calculate requisites for power, protein, lysine, significant minerals, and nutrition A.
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Are permissible minerals, vitamins and pro-vitamins for animal feed. Artificially produced vitamins may not be used for ruminants, but are allowed for monogastric animals. Only vitamins derived from raw materials occurring naturally in feedstuffs are allowed for herbivores (70/524/EEC). A supplementary feeding of Vitamin D and artificially produced Vitamin A and E are prohibited for ruminants. Normally ruminants do not need extra vitamins in their diet, if they 20 are adapted to the local environment conditions, high yielding dairy cows seems not to be suitable for organic farms.
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