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Ask the Nutritionist: Dr. Getty's Forum for Equine Nutrition

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Ask the Nutritionist: Dr. Getty's Forum for Equine Nutrition
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wondering why my horse has constant rumbling in her belly? She is not hungry, could this be a symptom of ulcers?
Really appreciate the fourm!!!!!!!!!!!

Where are you from? B.C. Canada

Re: rumbling

Hi Marcie,

Rumbling is a good thing! This is what you want to hear! It indicates that her digestive system is moving things along nicely. A quiet tummy is a bad sign. So, don’t worry – it’s not an ulcer.

Dr. Getty