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This study showed that horses preferred to eat steamed hay compared with haylage and dry hay.

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Investigation into the effect of different treatments on Hay and Haylage on forage pH levels, in relation to EGUS in the horse.

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BSc thesis, Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, UK. Dewhurst J. 2014 The effect of soaking or steaming in the HG 600 hay steamer on the pH of hay and haylagehttps://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1144/4268/files/Experiment_17.pdf?2800679123729222980

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Steaming and disinfecting straw reduces RP and microbial content and will allow the horse to benefit from the behavioural advantages of straw without compromising respiratory health.

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BSc thesis, Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, UK. Murihead V. 2014 The effect of steam and Protek Envirocair on the respirable particle, mould and bacteria content in two types of straw bedding for horseshttps://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1144/4268/files/Experiment_15.pdf?2800679123729222980

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