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N&H TOPLINE: Live yeast improves fiber degradation in training horses

Live yeast may aid feed digestion and nutrient utilization in horses, while active dry yeast could help manage fever response in cattle with BRDC.

A new equine nutrition study was presented recently by Lallemand Animal Nutrition at the 68th annual meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science held in Tallinn, Estonia.

The poster, Evaluation of Live Yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM l-1077 on Training Horse Digestibility,” confirms previous findings with yeast S. cerevisiae CNCM l-1077 showing benefits on horse feed digestion and nutrient utilization, with positive effects on maint

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