Be consistent with what you feed your horse everyday. Don’t arbitrarily change the type or brand of food or amount you give to your horse. If you must make a change, do it gradually. Continue giving your horse the old and gradually mix the new everyday and gradually add or decrease the amount of food until you have completely converted.
Feeding your horse should be done at minimum twice a day or more frequently, but this is not always practical. It is best to feed little and often since a horse’s stomach is small and is made primarily for grazing (small amounts of food constantly entering and leaving the stomach). You should feed your horse at the same times each day. Once the horse adapts to his feeding times don’t change them. If you are required to change the times, do it gradually…
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