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Re: [RC] [RC-Digest] Vol: 03.6439 Calcium intake/blood workup - Chipnml

I've been following this thread with a lot of interest, but am wondering when someone suggests a blood workup, what exactly do I ask for?  I've heard it mentioned so many times, and it sounds like this magical thing that will instantly tell me exactly how to fix everything with my horse.  Okay, I know that's not true, but having had some heat/energy issues with my horse last season which I think were due to my having switched elytes (couldn't think of anything else I'd done differently), I've been thinking of having one done.  However, I'm also wondering if it depends on when you have it done.  Wouldn't it be different depending on what your horse's circumstances are?  Should it be done at a ride?  Would I get answers if I had it done now, when my horse hasn't done any real work for a couple months?

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