Feeding Horses-Our Most Common Inquiry

Easily the most common call we get here at MHWF, other than questions regarding donating or adopting horses, has to do with proper feeding of older horses, skinny horses and special needs horses and it still surprises us at how many horse owners can not only spot a thin horse that needs a little extra, but at how many people do not know how to properly feed horses in this situation. This post is to try to address some of the questions we get and to hopefully help these horses get the care they need. Health First: Let’s start off by addressing pain and dental issues. If a horse is dropping weight or is not gaining the weight you are trying to get on them, the first question you need to ask is

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