Kentucky Equine Networking Association
Kentucky Equine Networking Association (KENA)
KENA is a popular dinner speaker series held four times a year. Featured speakers discuss various owner issues including horse health, pasture management, hoof care and diseases, supplements, equine research,
Join us on Tuesday, November 16, from 5:30 - 7:30 PM for a KENA Dinner and Discussion
What's REALLY in Your Feed?
Deciphering equine feed tags and supplement labels can feel like an exercise in futility if you don’t have a master’s degree in equine nutrition. Though it can be overwhelming, it’s important to ensure what you’re feeding provides your equines with the nutrients they need to thrive – and to make sure you’re not wasting precious money on powders, pellets and potions that may not be necessary.
University of Kentucky Animal Science professor and researcher Dr. Laurie Lawrence will talk KENA attendees through what information you can (and can’t) find on feed and supplement tags. Dr. Lawrence will offer explanations of nutrition terminology and answer questions about feeding horses in various life stages.
This dinner will be held at Spy Coast Farm Equine Education Center: Kentucky Horse Council signage will be at the entrance.
If you are in need of any special accommodations please email the office at email@example.com within 10 days of the event to allow time for scheduling.
Many thanks to our 2021 KENA Presenting Sponsors