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Journal September 2008 (Vol 29, No 9)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Equine Body Condition Scoring CE Article #1 by Cheryl Kimball , CVT

1. The equine BCS system was originally developed to help
2. Horses have become more commonly ________ than ________.
3. An overweight horse may be more prone to
4. An equine BCS of 1 would demonstrate
5. The main conformation areas used in equine BCS are the
6. To score the rib area, the examiner must
7. The ideal equine body condition score is
8. Intestinal lipoma can lead to
9. A horse with a BCS of less than 3 may
10. Researchers used _______ to research the risk for pasture-associated laminitis.
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