just like feeding our kids a bunch of treats is not good for them, same for the horse.
Just for the record, the bag of Luv-It's I have says it is formulated for feeding up to 1 pound per day per 1000 pound horse.
Feeding our kids junk food is not good, but all treats are not junk food.
Sorry Smilie, the devil made me post. I really appreciate your knowledge and posts. I think you may be the trainer that one poster saw sneaking a treat to her horse. JK
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