Horses eating grass

Horses eating grass

A guide to taking care of horses.

Horses are fed primarily by grazing, ie they eat grass as they walk in the field. One thing to keep in mind is that they possess a delicate digestive system, this happens because the stomach can process small amounts of food.

That's why the amount of food a horse receives varies according to the activity it performs, age, breed, weather, quality of food it eats, the quality of its habitat and the condition of its teeth.

They also eat hay, oats, barley, corn, bran, molasses, alfalfa and concentrated foods, based on cereal grains.

The horse drinks large quantities of drinking water; needs between 20 and 40 liters per day.

You can feed Apples but not often.

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