Things Horses like to EatStuff horses like to eat.
How much do Arab horses eat? Which delicacies can I give you?
I suppose the questionable is not yours, since you ask what it is eating... At least I sincerely hopes that it is not yours. Arabic horses eat the same as other horses, straw, weed, certain seeds and additives. A thing I will say is NEVER give a horse you don't know, treat. Do not try to breed a foal unless you have asked the owners for approval.
From someone who possessed a pony that had heavy nutritional intolerances, and a pony that was intolerant to urine (generally diabetics), I would be angry if I found out that someone had treated one of my ponies. One never knows what is going on, whether the animal has an Allergie, whether it has a certain nutrition, etc..
When you ask and get your permit, lots of good delicacies are the carrot, apple, orange and horsemeat (available in most food stores). Well, ask the proprietor what the goddamn thing stands for. Some of my horses love orange, others like apple.
Which you should NOT give your horses
Nutrition is unbelievably important for horses, but they cannot simply eat something. Many thanks to Redwings Horse Sanctuary for helping us put this together. Feeding in moderation. No. Anvocado - The hide, the rock and the leaf are toxic. Foods - Horses are tolerant to lactic acid, so avoid cheeses, milks, yoghurts and icecreams.
Ribwort Plantain - Consuming only 1-5 kg of a horse's life can cause livers to fail or even kill. Have a look at the tips of the UK Society on how to deal with rape. Buttercup - Toxic in freshness, but would have to eat a large amount to be killed. Eibe - The crisp plants, leafs and grapes are toxic even if they fall.
Plenty of food is available that is secure and wholesome for your horses, including: Feeding should be by mass and not by bulk. Fresh bottled running oil is vital for the good condition of your horses.