I've got a new horse for 2 months now.. She was from a rental stream where they walked only a few times a day.. She was only eating alfalfa. My trainer.. english hunter jumper asked me to change to timothy. I did a gradual changeover and for the past 2 weeks it seems timothy is just too rich.. loose manure.. one projectile.. some ok some loose, etc, . I board. so I cant control the hay that is purchased. I reduced the tim hay and added tim pellets ( that my cushings senior horse eats) and it seems the poop is getting better.. two fecals were negative and there are no other issues that I can figure out besides the rich timothy? no other horses are reacting to the tim hay and 6 horses eat it.. The BO is suggesting a change to bermuda/alfalfa., not just 100% alfalfa like she used to eat.. . , which of course I'd balance with the correct supplements and do this gradually.. make sense? lj friedman san diego..