Feeding the Cushing’s Horse

The classical and most obvious sign that a horse or pony suffers from Cushings is that the animal has a long, curly coat that is not shed as the seasons change. However, the absence of this obvious clinical sign does not mean an animal is free of the disease. Equine Cushings Disease (ECD) can occur amongst all breeds and types of equid although it most commonly occurs amongst aged ponies. It has been diagnosed at post-mortem...

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