Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
I've always been told that horses, like people, have internal clocks. When it's feeding time they start to anticipate it and their stomachs begin to secrete the acids necessary for digestion. This may be more important for stalled horses then pastured ones but I try to keep to a very strict regiment of feeding times. There are times, of course, when this is not possible but I keep that to very minimum.
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