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- Gerstner, K.; Liesegang, A.
- Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition 2018 v.102 Suppl S1 pp. 43-46
- Artemisia absinthium; acid detergent fiber; adults; ammonia; animal feeding; cross-over studies; crude fiber; crude protein; detergents; diet; digestive system diseases; dry matter content; experimental design; feces; horses; intestinal microorganisms; large intestine; lignin; microbial activity; neutral detergent fiber; pH; volatile fatty acids; water binding capacity; whey
- ... Free faecal water (fluid excreted separate from normal faeces) is a common problem of unknown origin in horses. Multifactorial causes are assumed. This study assessed the effect of a commercial product (EMP) sold to help support intestinal health of horses, particularly regarding the occurrence of free faecal water. The hypothesis was that water‐binding capacity and microbial activity are improved ...
- Böswald, L. F.; Kienzle, E.; Dobenecker, B.
- Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition 2018 v.102 Suppl S1 pp. 31-36
- animal feeding; blood serum; calcium; cats; clinical nutrition; diet; dietetics; digestibility; dogs; foods; humans; kidney diseases; long term effects; medicine; nutrient requirements; pets; phosphorus; protein intake; retrospective studies; risk factors; surgery; United States
- ... There is evidence that nutritional phosphorus (P) excess may be a risk factor for chronic kidney disease (CKD) in humans and pets (Advances in Nutrition: An International Review Journal (2014), 5, 104; The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, (2013), 98, 6; Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, (2017); The source of phosphorus influences serum PTH, apparent digestibility and blood levels of c ...