Strength of bone is derived from a mineralized cartilage framework. Bone is a dynamic tissue and is therefore responsive to forces placed upon it. Bone also responds to changes in the amounts and ratios of calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium in the horse’s diet. In addition, copper, zinc, manganese, vitamins A and D, and other nutrients have significant effects on bone development.
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