I board her at a barn. THe area we live in is pretty much not very horse friendly. Vets are non-existant pretty much....most people do their own shots and a small animal vet will come out to tube for mild colic anything serious we have to haul to UGA which I believe is a 3-5 hr drive if i'm not mistaken. We pretty much live in the woods. :( I'm realizing that if I am dealing with a IR horse that it could be hard to get her tested for it without hauling her (we don't own a trailer)
So I was wondering as a precautionairy measure to try to feed her as an IR horse to see what that would do? It can't hurt right? I have access to BP. Right now she is on a 6% fat feed..i don't know if it has a name or not the BO said she has her food specially made?? Its a pellet type with 6% fat that's all I know. I don't know how hard it will be to get her to let me switch food??