I always thought alfalfa was for racers, performance horses, dull horses and geriatrics!
I know it depends on the horse for the diet, but today my vet (who I LOVE and really respect) suggested I turn my 6 year old quarter horse's breakfast (2 lbs grain) into a flake of alfalfa, and just feed him 2 lbs at night.
He actually said the grain, which is safechoice, will make him hotter than the alfalfa. Something to do with sugar or starch or glucose or something...
Does anybody else feed like this?
Is alfalfa making your horse hotter a myth?
My mind is blown. All my friends are going to think I'm crazy when I put him on this. He's not a nervous or 'hit
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