Sugar and starch are everywhere in our horse's diets. Even grass can be a source of sugar and starch. And in fact, our horses might struggle on a ZERO sugar and ZERO starch diet, which is good news because it would be impossible to achieve. And part of the sugar and starch problem is how it's fed. So a horse eating grass or hay with a moderate sugar or starch content over the course of several hours will cope better from a metabolic perspective than if the same volume of sugar and starch were given in one . . .
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