DrumRunner728 wrote:It's made for the special needs of senior horses and it's easy for them to chew and digest. Good luck!
DrumRunner728 wrote:Sorry, cattleluvr - you lost me on that one.
Hipy wrote:Are they getting hay? Good quality hay is the most important part of their diet if they aren't on grass.
TexasBred wrote:Hipy wrote:Are they getting hay? Good quality hay is the most important part of their diet if they aren't on grass.
Most horses don't need anything more than green grass and/or hay. Too many load them up on hot feed and then all the do is lay around and get fat. We literally "love" them to death. Feed according to levels of activity. High protein is not needed ordinarily but energy certainly is so a good 10-12% crude protein with an elevated fat levels (6-8%) should work great for active mature horses.
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