Feeding hay ontop of shavings in a stall??
Ok sorry ahead of time if this is a silly question. I feel kind of silly asking my horse friends and the two ladies helping me train her.
My filly lives in a pen that is outside but conected to a shelter that she can get into to get away from the weather and wind. The shelter is kind of like a stall and has shavings in it. Normally when I feed the hay I put it on the ground outside, but with the rain and snow I think I want to move it inside for a little while so it doesn't get wasted. Is it ok to put the hay ontop of the shavings or will she end up eating the shavings with the hay if I do it that way? Would it be best if I get some sort of flat bucket to put ontop of the shaving?
Thanks for any advice and help.