Hamp:- this is a type of bedding that is quite effective in the absorption of ammonia and is as well dust free. This type is commonly found in Canada. Another advantage of this is that the horses cannot eat it (Graham and Weese, 2011). Shredded paper:- this is the most absorbent type of bedding. Adsorption of bedding is quite effective since they reduce the ammonium content in the stall that can be so irritating to the eyes of the horse (Graham and Weese, 2011). Dust free area is conducive for the horses because they will save from the respiratory problems and even allergies. It is also important to consider the health of the owner or attendant who may be allergic to or suffering from asthma (Graham and Weese, 2011).In the stomach, the food is mixed with pepsin that is used in the in the digestion of proteins a hydrochloric acid that is used in reducing the ph. The stomach of a horse has 3 sections: saccus caecus located at the entrance to the stomach the food begins to produce lactic acid because of the soluble sugars that are released. The hydrochloric acid then mixes to lower the Ph as the food moves down, the fundic region where the pH is lowered to 5. Pepsin and stomach acid makes the digestion and breaking of lipids and amino acids. The pyloric section is the point where stomach joins the small intestine (Graham and Weese, 2011). . Dietetics and Daily Routines for Ponies.
ReferenceGraham M.,and S. Weese, Equine Clinical Medicine, Surgery and Reproduction, CRC Press, 2011
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