Sadly she does get lunged. We rode all winter as long as it was above 0 and not too much ice. It's just the last 2-3 weeks that her work has stopped due to the weather. If I could get a break on board I would go out and buy different hay. I know I can find it, the BO just isn't willing to pay for it. And she won't raise board because that will piss off a bunch of people there.
The closest TSC is about an hour out of my way each direction. I get my alfalfa pellets from the local feed store. I can't really feed her more pellets as they need to be soaked and (surprise, more broken stuff) the hydrant in the barn is broken, frozen, whatever no one has come to find the problem, so the person who feeds in morning feeds her out of generosity so I'm not making her haul water from one of the paddocks.
Her belly is out of control, she honestly looks preggo in person. She is eating about 30lbs per day of the hay. We pick through and find the best bales of what we have to give her. I'm just happy she is eating this stuff, the other stuff that we just got rid of she wouldn't touch.