Investigating the gastrointestinal physiology of mature horses with and without a history of cribbing behaviour in response to feeding a digestive support supplement

Cribbing or crib-biting is an oral stereotypic behaviour where the horse anchors its top incisor teeth on a fixed object, pulls backward, contracts the neck muscles, and emits an audible grunt. there have been a number of studies undertaken worldwide and this one focuses on whether feeding a gut supplement has any effect on frequency or duration of cribbing in adult horses.

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