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"Protein and Amino Acid Supplementation for Horses" with Dr. Christine Latham, PhD Equine Nutritionist for Mad Barn Inc.

When to supplement protein? What to supplement? How much is enough? These are the highlights discussed by Mad Barn's nutritionist, Dr. Christine Latham! Join us in September for the live event and/or recording.

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"Protein and Amino Acid Supplementation for Horses" with Dr. Christine Latham, PhD Equine Nutritionist for Mad Barn Inc.
"Protein and Amino Acid Supplementation for Horses" with Dr. Christine Latham, PhD Equine Nutritionist for Mad Barn Inc.

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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.

Speaking Points for the Lecture

  1. When may you need to add protein or amino acids? What classes of horses are more likely to need them? How do you know for sure whether it needs to be added?          
    1. What are the options for protein and amino acid supplementation? Which amino acids are commonly added to complete feeds and why? Is it necessary or beneficial to supplement other amino acids through additional supplements?
    2. How much protein and amino acid supplementation is needed to achieve results? Will feeding more than that help? And can feeding excessive amounts hurt?

     

Dr. Latham's Bio

Dr. Christine Latham grew up in Florida working on local farms in exchange for the opportunity to ride. Dr. Latham’s completed her B.Sc. at the University of Florida studying Animal Science. She did her master’s degree at the University of Kentucky followed by a Ph.D. at Texas A&M. Her research focused on amino acid supplementation, skeletal muscle biology in aged horses and exercise physiology. She worked on several projects on the effects of supplements such as complexed trace minerals, probiotics, different combinations of vitamin E and selenium, and conjugated linoleic acid. Following her graduate work, she accepted a position as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Kentucky with Dr. Chris Fry, studying skeletal muscle biology. Dr. Latham is passionate about equine exercise physiology and nutrition, the physiology of aging, and optimization of skeletal muscle biology to support athletic performance in health and disease. She currently lives in Lexington, Kentucky with her sons, husband, horses, pig, and her two dogs, Penelope and Herman.

 

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