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STATEMENT DESCRIBING CAREER GOALS AND RESEARCH INTERESTSRESEARCH INTERESTS AND BACKGROUND INFORMATIONIntroductionThe following is a report on my research information on foals nutritional need through there first year of life This report will also show a research project that I would like to do for my Masters degreeBOther items required for good nutritionBNutritional advantage for creep feedingIIIResearch and personal informationAResearch project using a group of new born foals2Details of what Im hoping to prove2Detail of work history and professional backgroundResearch project for Masters in Animal Science Feeding should be based on both practical experience and scientific research Horses are kept for a much longer time than most farm animals and feeding programs must support the development of sound feet and legs to sustain along and athletic lifeAlthough horses obviously utilize hay and other roughage more efficiently then of other non-ruminants such as poultry or pigs The anatomy of the equine G I tract limits this ability as compared with ruminant The site of fermentation in horses is the cecum and large intestine where large number of microorganisms digest hemicelluloses and cellulose utilize protein and non-protein nitrogen and synthesize certain vitamins Some of the products of fermentation such as volatile fatty acids and use microbial protein synthesized from nitrogen entering the cecum and calm under foes only limited proteolysis and the supply of essential amino acids from an unbalanced dietary nitrogen source is not satisfactorily balanced by microbial ammo acids for optimal growth Horses therefore depend more on the quality of the diet than do ruminants Water requirements depend largely on environment amount of work being performed nature of the food and physiological states of the horse Daily consumption by an adult horse typically is 5 to 12 gals Clean fresh water should be provided ad lib for all horses As physical activity increases water consumption increases If a horse is hot following exercise it should be allowed to cool before given unlimited access
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