What to look for in feed
I have been thinking about changing my horses' feed before winter, because I just don't like the food they have now, it smells, and it is like powdery. I want to know what type of food is good for horses.
I want to keep weight on them in the winter, but I don't want them to get too "hot". So I need opinions.
Here is my gelding's info:
He is 14, easy keeper, I ride him about 3 times a week for atleast 30 minutes. Right now he is in the pasture all day, but in the winter he might need to be in a stall since it gets nasty here.
She is 8 years old, easy keeper, never ridden, she is lame (Arthritic). She is in the same boat as Romeo for winter, stall if it gets nasty out.
I am kind of limited in my food choices. But what are some ingrediants that I should look for, or look out for.
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