Investigation of the effect of pasture and stable management on large intestinal motility in the horse, measured using transcutaneous ultrasonography.

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REASON FOR PERFORMING STUDY Management regimes have been identified as risk factors for equine intestinal motility disorders. However, it is not known how management factors affect gastrointestinal motility. HYPOTHESIS Large intestinal motility was similar in horses on a stabled and a pastured management regime. OBJECTIVE To investigate the effect of 2… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.2011.00399.x

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@article{Williams2011InvestigationOT, title={Investigation of the effect of pasture and stable management on large intestinal motility in the horse, measured using transcutaneous ultrasonography.}, author={S. Williams and C. A. Tucker and M. J. Green and S. L. Freeman}, journal={Equine veterinary journal. Supplement}, year={2011}, volume={39}, pages={93-7} }