Vet Times reviewing EquiNectar’s scientific results on gut health, dysbiosis and hindgut acidosis in a large-scale trial of 72 horses.
We conducted this study at Redwings Horse Sanctuary. The study was designed to look at the effect on the equine microbiome of pasturing horses on new grass and to determine whether supplementation with EquiNectar would alter the result.
Equine Veterinary Journal – Characterisation of the faecal metabolome and microbiome of Thoroughbred racehorses
We conducted this study with Dr Chris Proudman of the University of Surrey Veterinary School, to investigate the effect of EquiNectar on the metabolome and microbiome of racehorses. We discovered that EquiNectar had significant impacts.
Our co-founder, Professor John Hunter, wrote this paper for the Equine Veterinary Journal to discuss Irritable Bowel Syndrome in horses. Following this paper, EquiNectar was developed.