[Video] - Equine Dental Care - How do horse's chew?

Equine Dental Care - How do horse's chew?

Renowned equine dentist Dr Mark Burnell explains how horses chew and how they adjust their chewing motion according to the level of fibre in the feed they are ingesting. With the help of a demonstration horse, Mark Burnell shows the very first stages of the horse’s complex digestive system. The condition of your horse’s teeth are detrimental to the overall health and wellbeing of your horse.

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