Digestive Tract Dissection *graphic* - The Horse Forum
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Digestive Tract Dissection *graphic*

Howdy guys!!

Watched this video in my Advanced Nutrition lecture the other day and thought it might interest a few of you. It is a dissection/explanation video of the whole of the horse's digestive tract, with some explanation as to why we should feed the way we do.

This stuff is interesting! Who knew that the horses stomach has such a small capacity as 2kg? I didn't

Anyhoo, here you go, enjoy!

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post #2 of 4 Old 10-01-2013, 09:44 AM
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really interesting, thanks for sharing.
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Thank you!!! I love this stuff! So cool..

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Subbing to watch this later!

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