Originally Posted by wertthelert
there is grass on our land. We do not think that horse is suitable to shorten the grass. We have a machine for that purpose. Is the grass sufficient to nourish the horse?
In the summer (and depending on the condition of the horse and whether or not it is being used), grass can usually keep a horse full. But when it gets colder then you should be prepared to switch the horse over to another food course like free choice hay or grain.
I've asked this three times and still have not received an answer from you. What are you going to be doing with the horse? Riding it? Letting it waste away in the pasture?