What are the restricting airflow conditions that limit equine performance and how to fix them?

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The inhalation of particulates from the environment can be detrimental to equine welfare. It is well established that dust can limit equine performance. (Gerber et al. 2010; Pirrone et al. 2007 and Couëtil et al. 2016). The horse is an obligate nasal breather. The filtering of debris and collection of foreign material is performed by the hair-lined nostrils and mucous membranes. The nasal passages maximize airflow contact with the mucous membranes. However, there is a...
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