Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Tampa Bay area, FL
He's actually quite content being by himself, I think. Even at his old house where he shared a large pasture with three other horses, he only made friends with the other TB she had a few days before we moved him, and he'd been turned out with them for a whole year.....it also helps me form a stronger bond with him. He's already been at our barn for six months.
Since the board I pay (425 a month) pays for feed and up to 5 flakes a day, I can just switch him to any of the other feeds they have available, they have a few. I'll have to look at them. But as I said, if I do drop the supplements, I'll still be keeping the joint supplements because he pops and cracks something awful otherwise, and the probiotics because they were vet recommended.
The feed he's currently on, Safechoice, is a pelleted feed.