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Effect of feeding gelatin on skeletal, hair, cartilage and hoof growth of weaned foals


, : Effect of feeding gelatin on skeletal, hair, cartilage and hoof growth of weaned foals. Einfluss der Gelatinefutterung auf das Skelett , Haar , Knorpel und Hufhornwachstum bei Absatzfohlen: 89 pp.

Between November and April, Holstein and Hanoverian newly weaned foals and yearlings were given hay 5.5, oats 2 kg and gelatin 0 and 50 g/day. Total growth, estimated by wither height, and hoof growth were significantly higher in gelatin group. From January to March, hair thickness was greater in supplemented horses. Joint gap increased significantly during winter in the gelatin group.

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