PSSM or polysaccharide storage myopathy is a muscle disease in horses which has become more and more common among different horse breeds im recent years. As there is no cure, we need to manage feeding and stabling routine of affected horses lifelong. I am talking with equine nutritionist Daniela Vadehra from Austria today about what PSSM is all about and what we can do when our horse is diagnosed with it.
Your Guest today:
Daniela Vadehra (Austria)
Horse breeder, nutritionist, endurance rider and entrepreneur. Daniela lives together with her family in Lower Austria near Vienna and joins us once in a while on this podcast to discuss horse nutrition and health.
Don’t forget to check out the resources section in this article!
- What is PSSM & and how is it diagnosed?
- Feed & stable management
- PSSM a lifestyle disease?
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