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Equine Digestion Webinar

Introduction to Horse Digestion.”Our presenter is Dr. Tania Cubitt, Doctor of Philosophy in Equine Nutrition and Reproduction, and she’s great with speaking to the appropriate audience level in attendance. She has a worksheet for students to complete while they follow along with the presentation, as well. We’ll keep it short and sweet, but make plenty of time for the kids to ask any questions.

This will take place on Wednesday, April 29th at 5:30 PM MST/6:30 PM CST. For those who can’t make the live event, we are planning to record it and the recording will be emailed out within about 24-48 hours, to those that registered.

Can you share this opportunity with any Texas chapters that have a particular interest in horses? Or if you can direct us to anyone who may be interested, we’d love to get this info to them! Here are some helpful links for anyone wanting to learn more about this opportunity and more about Dr. Cubitt. I also included our Facebook event in case anyone would like to share it that way as well.

Link to register 


Link to download worksheet 


Shareable event for Facebook –


Dr. Tania Cubitt 


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