Wed, Sep 08 | Online Event

Carbohydrates in Horse Hay- What are they and how to measure them!

Carbs? Sugar? Starch? NSC, WSC, ESC? The jargon of carbohydrates is massively confusing. Understand the difference between these numbers in simple, meaningful terms and know what to look for when shopping for low carb horse hay. *Signing up for one lecture, gets you all three in the LCHH Series!
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Carbohydrates in Horse Hay- What are they and how to measure them!

Time & Location

Sep 08, 6:00 PM – 6:40 PM MDT
Online Event

About the Event

Signing up for one lecture, gets you access to all three lectures in the fall series: "Carbohydrates in Horse Hay", "How to Make Low Carb Horse Hay", and "How to Source and Buy Low Carb Horse Hay". 

Natalie Sullivan, the nutritionist behind On Course Equine Nutrition and Rate My Horse Supplement, spent over five years researching HOW to make high quality, low carb teff hay. She is dedicated to making low carb horse hay available to more owners by closing the communication gap between the horse and forage industries. Today, she consults with forage growers around the country to make low carb horse hay and how to market it to equestrians and equine professionals. Her lectures will focus on carbohydrates in horse hay, forage analysis interpretation, and growing and harvesting factors that influence carbohydrates. She hopes that these lecture will remove some of the stress and frustration of sourcing good quality, low carb forages. She will also share her research story of teff grass and how to encourage local hay growers to produce more. If you have metabolic horses that require very low NSC forages, then this lecture series is for you!

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