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Micronutrients Blog

Minerals, and it's All-Change

New data on synthetic chelated v. natural sulphates

5.6.21

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Losing muscle mass through aging - it's all about protein

But not any old protein 😉

16.1.21

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The role of iron in the equine diet

30.10.20

I know, the image is certainly not of iron oxide. But - it is a lump of magnesium oxide before crushing to a powder, and while this blog is about the role of iron in the equine diet, there's an interesting connection to magnesium oxide, which as we all know features highly in the equine diet.

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Mineral types & a bit about magnesium

Jul'2014

One of the first minerals I ever became aware of was magnesium, back in 2007 when I started researching going barefoot for my horses. Pretty much the only type of magnesium you could get back then was magnesium oxide, yet these days there are many different forms of magnesium we can feed our horses, i.e. magnesium carbonate, magnesium sulphate, magnesium-l-aspartate, to name a few.

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The Calcium:Phosphorous Connection

May'12

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