Hindgut acidosis describes a condition where the healthy microbial population within a horse’s hindgut is disrupted, causing an increase in acidity. Symptoms of a horse who may have hindgut acidosis
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Horses are “trickle feeders” (meaning they are designed to ingest relatively small amounts of food gradually over long periods each day) and “hindgut fermenters” (which means that the fibrous component of their diet is fermented in their large intestine). Their entire digestive system is designed to process fibrous plant matter almost constantly.