My horse is currently boarded at my boyfriend's house with his sister's horse and he had a big barrel of that dried, hard feed corn on the cob that he was going to use to bait deer this year and decided he wasn't going to hunt so they never used it. They decided since they have nothing better to do with it that they would feed it to the horses. They've been throwing 4 or 5 cobs down there in the morning. Is this bad for the horses? They just bite all the corn off the outside and leave the cob. I know whole corn just goes right through them, but is it going to be unhealthy in any way?
Thanks in advance.