You can’t just toss your equine athletes, seniors, youngsters, and retirees the same feed and call it a day
It’s rare to find a farm with just one horse. Either owners have secured a buddy for their horse, they simply couldn’t stop at “just one,” or their farm by its very nature is a facility housing multiple horses—a boarding business, perhaps. Inevitably, owners and farm managers find themselves trying to figure out how to feed a group of horses with very different nutritional needs. It is not uncommon to have competition horses, g
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