I was told she is the perfect weight, and I guess she is. Her feet aren't the best though in terms of quality. And I recently moved her to this boarding place. I do believe that where she was before she was getting oats, but is there any nutritional value for horses with oats?
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It sounds as if she doesn't need anything other than the food she is getting.
Bagheera - you are incorrect about the feed value of oats.
The feeding value of oats is fairly rich because it contains 7% to 9.5% digestible protein and sixty starch units (100 oats units). It is also fairly rich in fat (4.5% oil, from among the grains, second only to corn). Its individual nutrients are very easy to digest, does not cause digestive disorders and contain many other positive values in feeding horses.