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Title: Open Access and the Institutional Repository @ the University of Florida ( Presentation )
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Taylor, Laurie N.
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Publication Date: October 21, 2009
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Equine body condition is primarily a
function of the balance between a horse's
intake and expenditure of energy and is
affected by both external and internal
factors Availability and amount of feed and
waler, reproductive status, changes in
weather, parasite load, performance
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Body condition of horses is affected by
both external and internal circumstances.
Availability and amount of feed. water,
reproductive status, changes in weather.
parasite control, performance demands, and
denial abnormalities are all factors that
influence the body condition of horses

This visual method of assessing horses
may be used to supplement regular weighing
programs. Body condition or change in body
condition is a more reliable indicator of
nutritional status than liveweight or change
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horses of the same weight will not
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ether have high or low body condition score
depending on the animal's frame size.
muscling and fat deposition Each animal is
scored according to its individual
characteristics,

Reproductive performance of
broodmares is also related to condition
score Poor body condition of broodmares
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o increase number of days to first estrus
a require more services per conception
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