Theresa_F , one of them is prone to colic yes and they are a little on the large size. I am sorry if i have critised her feeding I am more worried than anything as a few years ago one of the shires had to be pts due to a major colic incident and it was just extreamly heartbreaking to see what...
I went to check the mix and it looks to have quite a lot of oats in it more than anything, it contains.
barley/oats/flaked maize/dark barley pellets/molasses/weatfeed and minerals
I am not telling her it is wrong, was suggesting that since they are getting suffient supply of food else where they may not need to have such a large feed, as she feeds them even more when it rains. I don't tell her, i just suggest to her.
I was wondering if this would cause a lot of...
I agree about the concern, my lad wouldn't panic as much if he had a haynet caught on his foot on thr ground in comparison to if his foot was caught in the haynet whilst it was tied up.
My haynets have always been tied up to the string which was attatched to the solid ring...for just in case.
i agree on that.
My main reason for been so concered is that it seems a huge amount of food for the horses who are not doing anything. I personally don't think the horses were obese but were very well covered, i ment that they were not extreamly fat where you could class them as obese. But a...
Sleeping, I have done on several occasisons.
She is the type of person who thinks she knows best, and things that is what is what he horses want/need. I have also asked my mum to mention it to her (she is my aunt).
Irishcobs, a total of four horses are been fed the same.
She is feeding them that much because she thinks it is what they need, it seems that is the way she likes to spend time with them aswell (not too sure), but it is like this every winter when it starts getting a bit wetter or colder she...