Veterinarian Anna Garber, a nutrition expert at the University of Glasgow's School of Veterinary Medicine, has collated more than 150 studies on the equine gut microbiome to help characterize gastrointestinal health. Diet, exercise, medication and stress are among the primary factors affecting the equine microbiome, Dr. Garber says, and one of the key takeaways from her research is that changes that could affect the equine gut should be made gradually.
Veterinarian collates research on equine gut microbiome
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