Many people tend to reward their horses by giving them human food like apples, carrots, pears, grapes and many more. However, there are some things that you should avoid feeding to your equines. To give you some guidance, we have listed some foods you shouldn't feed to your horses.
Horses should spend about 18 to 20 hours a day with access to forage. It is, however, easy to make mistakes when planning for your equine’s dietary needs. Below are the top 7 things you need to avoid when feeding your horses.
There’s no doubt horses are such fascinating creatures, but there are still plenty of things you probably didn't know about them. Below are some surprising facts you need to know about man’s ‘other best friend.’
Using slow feeders for horses like the GutzBusta® Slow Feeding Hay Nets has been linked to a lot of benefits. However, just like any slow feeding tools, you should know how to utilise hay nets properly before using them. Here are some do’s and don’ts to help you get started.
Hay nets for horses are great in slowing down the rate of hay consumption. However, hay nets do more than just keeping your horses healthy and happy. They also help you save money by limiting wasted hay.
What about if you don't know what size round bale of hay you will be buying? What if you change round bale hay suppliers and they make a different size? Do you also occasionally use both round bales AND the Large Export Square Bales?
Most of us feed our horses by biscuits of hay for convenience without a second thought! However, the individual hay bales weight is different depending on what source of fibre the hay is made from, for example lucerne v’s pasture v’s oaten v’s teff.
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