Equine nutrition research review
Bridging the gap between science and horse feed.
Join Dr. Joe Pagan of Kentucky Equine Research as he shares the very latest in equine nutrition research and development. Nutrition for the performance horse can play a role in the management of common issues such as gastric ulcers, muscle myopathies, and airway disease amongst others. Joe provides insights into the new research and findings from Kentucky Equine Research and focuses on the benefits of nutritional supplementation for the performance horse to support these issues.
Dr. Pagan received his B.S.A. degree from the University of Arkansas in animal nutrition and received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Cornell University in equine nutrition and exercise physiology.
He formed Kentucky Equine Research in 1988 to be an international research, consulting and product development firm dealing in the areas of equine nutrition and sports medicine. Kentucky Equine Research served as equine nutrition consultants for the last six Olympic Games. Dr. Pagan received the 2005 American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) Award in Equine Nutrition Research. This award recognizes excellence in equine nutrition research and the contributions of an individual to equine feeding management practices and the equine feed industry.
“Kentucky Equine Research works with dozens of feed manufacturers worldwide to ensure that the latest findings in equine nutrition science are utilized in real-world feeding programs. We have worked with Saracen Horse Feeds in the U.K. for 20 years. Saracen is an excellent example of our partnership program at its best – we collaborate on studies, bring expertise in formulation, and provide custom software and technical service for their excellent team of nutrition advisors. We are excited to showcase the science behind this program through this series of webinars.”