What do Horses Eat and DrinkDo horses eat and drink anything?
Feed your horses - What do horses do to eat and drink?
I will give you some hints today on how to keep your horses safe and well. We will discuss the more general topics to make you and your horses feel good and prevent the veterinarian from getting out. Speaking for myself, I am foddering all my horses in large lorries that lie on the floor, and the purpose why I mean on the floor verse on a mount is fodder chokers and breathing disorders.
This prevents airway irritation from other things - it's better so they don't suffocate. Also, another thing about feeding and trusting is that you can always make sure that your horse gets all the supplements you give him, which is really important. Particularly if your pony is on costly drugs for osteoarthritis or whatever, the problem is that it's really good to know they're getting it and it's not just bury it somewhere in the muck.
Controlling your barn is vital to ensuring that your horses get all the nutrition they need, not something that will cause them to get infected. Sometime when you inspect your grass, sometimes you find sheets and other things that firms put in there just to fill it!
Poor grass generally does not have much food and that is why we are feeding it. It should have a whole bunch of shit in it and ripe spermatozoa! There should be a nice odour, if it is smelly mouldy or acidic, there is a good possibility that there is mould in the grass and if there is fumes in the grass that can cause a great deal of trouble for a horses, so just make sure you do.
For us, pure groundwater is just as important as horses. It'?s not that difficult to keep up. This is a good way to test if your pool is safe enough because many ask how safe it is: Will you drink it? Take a look at it and say, "Would you like to drink that?"
but would you just drink it regularly? If you say "yes", then your waters are clear and you provide a good spring of fresh air for your horses. Well, horses need a great deal of drink.