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    10-28-2008, 08:23 PM
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Forage product

Has anyone fed this?

I was thinking of adding it to TJ's diet over the winter as he's pasture boarded and only gets compressed hay that looks like straw. I wanted him to have something a little more nutricious in the way of forage since that's where he's going to generate warmth (since the BO doesn't want the pastured horses blanketed. )

Depending on the price of it, maybe I should just try for a stall. :roll:
     
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    10-28-2008, 10:16 PM
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The BO can't really force you not to put a blanket on MY horse (hehehe)
Really...I mean he isn't hers.

I've never tried it, thankfully I have no need to, but I am curious to know how good it is
     
    10-29-2008, 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by SonnyWimps    
the BO can't really force you not to put a blanket on MY horse (hehehe)
Really...I mean he isn't hers.

I've never tried it, thankfully I have no need to, but I am curious to know how good it is
Ineed... I only blanket in frigid temps and against the elements (not all the time as I believe horses should live naturally and I want him to grow a good winter coat). It's just, if I can't, it won't get done, yah know? I don't want to be a b***y boarder if it's not an option, but my choice. Workin' with what I got, here.
     



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