Hello. I have six acres that my horses graze on. The grass is long and full of nutrients right now. I keep them out there for most of the day and then I bring them in at night for dinner. I live in Idaho, I feed the horses alfalfa and beet bulp. I feed alfalfa because its the only thing that has kept wight on them during the winter. Since it is spring the horses have seemed a bit hot so I was going to leave the horses out to pasture all day and night and then just give them beet pulp, no alfalfa. I come from a hunter/jumper backgrond so Im used to feeding hay twice a day plus beet pulp and grain. But if I can save money on just letting my horses graze for 24 hours with no hay or alfalfa for the spring that would be awsome. Any suggestions?