How tall is a pallet of horse feed?
The height of a pallet of horse feed will vary according to how thick the bags are. But most seem to be right around or just under five feet tall.
you can feed a horse hay, carrots ,apples and you need to feed the horse at less two times a day
This is what i know what to feed a horse. You can feed it obviously grass, there is hay, carrots, apples , turnips , oats, salt licks , sugar cubes. Apples can cause col…ic, so don't feed them to many. I also have more info for you to know about horses. Now i hope you know that i have learned this and gone over it a lot of times for about a month. You never let a horse in a wet muddy paddock.You need to give it fresh food and water everyday and every night. Horses should go in a stable some times (you should put it in there when it is raining or to hot). You can leave your horse out when it is misting and warm out side(but not to warm). I would recommend that you keep you horse in when it is cold, down pouring,or burning hot out.
Well It depends........ I feed my horse 2 flakes of hay and 2 lbs of Bermuda blend pellets 2 times a day. Everyone has a different opinion on feeding but if you have a horse t…hat is sensitive to alfalfa or oats or anything high sugar you should change to something less like pure grass hay or anything along that line. Hope this helps! That's an excellent answer, I would just like to add don't forget trace elements and minerals, in particular copper and zinc. California Trace is supposed to be an excellent product which is specificlly tailored to California but would probably go a long way to getting into balance wherever you live.
hay, straw Horses Feed Upon Grass or Alfalfa, if they're domesticated. It all depends on the breed and age and temperment of the horse what you feed them or how much you feed… them, but most horses have a healthy mix of both twice day. contact your local stables to get a reccomeded amount if you want to be a good horse owner. HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA this is such a dumb website because any one can put any thing on here so don't trust stuff on here except this is true Don't feed horses straw! Who writes this crap? Straw has pretty much no nutritional value. And "grass or alfalfa"? This is obviously the answer of a really dangerously ignorant person.
Horses generally eat the same things and the base of their diets should always be roughage such as grass, hay or the like. Some horses in moderate or harder work, those that a…re pregnant or hardkeepers may need supplemental concentrates. You can also feed many types of vegetables and fruit, but you should always consult with a equine vet before feeding a horse anything new as the horse may have a condition that limits what and how much it can eat.
Hay that is 50% grass and 50% alfalfa and Safe choice grain about a scoop each horse
chaff...forage 'n' Fibre...limestone powder...garlic...pony nuts... HI FI...haylage...carots...apples...kiwi...hay...
Well, horses in the wild can be fed on by cougars or other predators like that, I s'pose.. lol =]
\nyou hold your hand out completely flat, about 5-6 inches under the horse's mouth. then, you wait (make sure your thumb isn't sticking up) until the horse eats the food.
Generally speaking, it is best to turn out a horse for at least ten hours a day so as to allow them to graze. In the wild, a horse will eat very small portions multiple times …throughout the day, so keeping as close to this digestion pattern is best. If you stable your horse at night, feed them hay so that they can keep their stomach 'ticking over' through the night. There are multiple varieties of hay - timothy and alfalfa are commonly fed. Grain requirements vary by horse. Some horses are 'hard keepers' and need lots of grain to maintain a good weight, while others can get fat simply by looking at grain! As with hay, there are many varieties of grain - sweet feed, high-protein feeds, senior feeds, etc. It's best to consult your vet, or barn owner, to come up with the right meal schedule for your horse. Suddenly switching the type of food or amount can result in colic, which is very often fatal. As far as treats go, you will find that horses are as opinionated as people! Carrots, apples, and peppermints are the most commonly appreciated treats, but make sure to cut them up properly so as to prevent choke. Cut carrots into long strips, and apples into eighths.
Lettuce, or fruit. My pet turtle like strawberries.
you can feed horses chaff, barley, horse pellets and apples for some examples.
Chocolate of course, blueberries, eggplant, squash, tomatoes, zucchini, kiwi, pineapple, and other fruits and veggies. I only give my horse apples, crackers, and strawberries.…
Go to your local tack shop and ask them. They might give you a number to call, an address to go to or a website to visit.
You should know this but anyway,you put the food in the bucket and feed it to the horse.