Wed, Oct 18|
"Intestinal Health: The Effects of Leaky Gut Syndrome on Equine Performance" with Micheal Eggleston of Kemin Equine
Michael Eggleston of Kemin Equine will discuss all things leaky gut; causes, remediation, and the relationship to immunity, behavior and performance. Learn how to protect the digestive system from invasive pathogens which strengthens the immune system and optimizes health and performance.
Time & Location
Oct 18, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM MDT
About the Event
Not an OCEN Member? Register and pay on this page to join this event. OCEN Community, Farm, and Veterinary Members receive free access to all guest lectures automatically. All registrants, members and non-memnbers, will receive the recording within 48 hours of the live event. Live even participatnts will have the opportunity to ask questions and receive a discount on consultations.
3 Takeaways from the presentation...
- Mode of action for gut protection
- immune system
- managing systemic inflammation
Michael began his academic pursuit studying Biology in Arkansas before moving on to Animal Science at
West Texas A&M University, and Farrier Certificate from Oklahoma Horseshoeing School. He spent 14
years as a Journeyman Certified Farrier focusing in therapeutic and performance horse mechanics. With
a strong passion for the critical roll that Nutrition has on whole body wellness, Michael made the
transition into the Equine Nutrition field. For the past nine years Michael has committed himself to
Equine Gut health and stress management through nutrition. Michael, his wife Stacie, and Daughters
Bristol & Brindle reside in the heart of Quarter Horse country in North Texas where they raise and train
ranch horses and own a commercial cattle ranch. Michael is the North America Sales Manager for Kemin
Equine and active member of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists.
Learn more about Kemin Equine HERE.
Non-OCEN Member Ticket Pricing
This purchase includes access to the live event as well as the recording