CON­SE­QUENCE OF AGE?

EQUUS - - Vitamins & Minerals -

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Green, grasses grow­ing are rich in many nu­tri­ents a horse needs, but some vi­ta­mins be­gin to de­grade when plants are cut and dried for for­age. If a horse is fed pri­mar­ily hay---es­pe­cially hay that has been in stor­age for a year or more---with lit­tle or no fresh pas­ture grasses, he may need sup­ple­men­ta­tion with which of these vi­ta­mins? vi­ta­min E a. b. beta carotene (vi­ta­min A) vi­ta­min B1 (thi­amine) c. d. none of the above

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