He does have a stall toy, it even smells like apples which are his favorite, and when I put it in there he looked at it like it was an abomination to all of horsekind. He has a very serious and to the point personality. He gets all of his hay in the stall anyway, if I do get the extra bales for myself I plan on bagging it, but if I pay the extra money per month on board, then he'll be getting the same compressed bales he usually get, which are hard to bag and just go on the stall floor.
I'll have to ask my BO how much they determined one of the flakes weighed. We do have alfalfa pellets as an option for feed, but guess what? More money! Lol. She usually reserves them for our geriatric group.....they also get the front pasture which has all of the grass
If I do take him off the supplements, I would only take him off the U-guard (to see if more food equals less cribbing) and just put him on a singular joint supplement...I'm debating on the pro biotic because that was
vet recommended, and it lasts me like 2 1/2 months for 20 bucks. I interviewed for a job today that was 10.00/hour just sitting on the phone, and I've also put in resumes at the local vet hospitals....hopefully I'll get something and be able to determine exactly what my next step is going to be.