ETN CPD - Nutrition Answers October 2016
1. Naturally, how long do equines spend grazing per day?
A) 6 – 8 hours
B) 12 – 14 hours
C) 16 – 18 hours
D) 22 – 24 hours
2. Which of these equine conditions is not associated with feeding an unnatural diet?
3. Which of these nutrients is recognised as one commonly deficient in UK soil?
4. In nutrition, what does RDI stand for?
A) Recommended Dietary Iodine
B) Residual Daily Intake
C) Reputable Dietary Ingredients
D) Recommended Daily Intake
5. Which of the following herbs isn’t well known for gut support?
6. What does ‘cfu’ level on a supplement label tell you?
A) Crude fibre level
B) Protein level
C) The level of live yeast included
D) The yeast is in an inactive form
7. Which of these statements is generally true of feed balancers?
A) They balance the diet with vitamins, minerals and trace elements
B) They are concentrated feeds, fed between 100g and 500g per day
C) They include gut support
D) All of the above
8. Which of these plants should you take care to ensure horses don’t have in their pasture?
B) Red clover
D) Timothy grass
9. Which B vitamin is best known for hoof health?
10. GAGs are a group of supplement ingredients, including chondroitin sulphate and H.A., in which area are they advised?
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