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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
So no hay at all? Honestly I can't tell you exactly how much to feed her without knowing how much grass in in her pasture, how big it is, if she's out there all day to eat at leisure, what it's quality is, how underweight she is, etc.
I find pellets to be easier to measure and eaiser for horses to digest/swallow so I feel alfalfa/timothy pellets (standlees) rather than cubes, so I don't know if measurements are different- but from what I understand you should feed them at a 1:1 ratio to normal hay, and a horse should get 1-2% of it's bodyweight in forage every day.
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