Preserve Productive Pasture

Your horse’s favorite activity could be time spent with Dr. Green–the horseman’s name for turnout on pasture. Left on his own in a field, your horse nibbles for long periods of time. Grass forage is an important part of most horses’ diets;”P>Your horse’s favorite activity could be time spent with Dr. Green–the horseman’s name for turnout on pasture. Left on his own in a field, your horse nibbles for long periods of tim”>Your horse’s favorite activity could be time spent with Dr. Green–the horseman’s name for turnout on pasture. Left on his “Your horse’s favorite activity could be time spent with Dr. Green-“our horse’s

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Award-winning writer Charlene Strickland lives in Bosque Farms, N.M. She has published 8 books and over 600 magazine articles, and is a member of the International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists.

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