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Cazenovia College - CE121 Equine Series: Feeding Facts and Fads   
Category:  Education - Seminars and Community Programs Start Date:  1/6/2014
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Spring 2014 Non-Credit Classes
   
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CE121 Equine Series: Feeding Facts and Fads - $24


Wednesday, April 23, 6 – 8 p.m.


Why does my horse seem to eat all of the time? How do I know
how much he really needs to eat? How many supplements do I need to
provide? This interactive session will focus on the feeding habits and needs of
horses and how to provide for horses’ nutritional requirements. A
discussion about the dilemmas of determining when to use supplements will
also be included. Taught by C. Buckhout (1 class)


www.cazenovia.edu/extendedlearning/noncredit
Contact mmneumiller@cazenovia.edu or 315.655.7191 for more information or to register.
 
 

 

 
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