Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: British Columbia
" 1) feed no more than 2 pounds of dried beet pulp daily to a pony, 2) feed no more than 4 pounds of dried beet pulp daily to an immature horse from 1 to 3 years of age, and 3) feed no more than 6 pounds of dried beet pulp daily to a mature horse (body weight of 1,200 pounds). A feeding rate of 4 pounds daily in addition to the regular ration for a mature horse that was maintaining its present body weight would result in a gain of about ˝ pound per day. "
Well further searching found the above, but it's still not specific enough for my tastes. Why is this info so hard to find? What constitutes a 'pony', Shetland or medium size POA?