Horse hay: how to identify the good stuff - Horsetalk - Horse nutrition and feeding articles and information

Horse hay: how to identify the good stuff - Horsetalk - Horse nutrition and feeding articles and information - would be cool to have these articles printed and available for customers to take home with them.

The way hay looks, smells and feels can tell you something about its quality. Here’s how to evaluate your hay to be sure it’s meeting all of your horse’s nutritional requirements.  And don't forget, you can enter to win up to $10,000 worth of hay! >>http://bit.ly/EQ-Winter-Hay-Sweepstakes

Needs to be done to every batch. The way hay looks, smells and feels can tell you something about its quality. Here’s how to evaluate your hay.

Hay Feeders | Horse Barns | Horizon Structures

Might do this for new pasture. I hate it when I put hay in my outdoor bunk and then it rains and gets moldy. Then I give it to the cows who are too fat already.

We had this in Oklahoma. Bales last so much longer and the horses can't destroy it. Also prevents a lot of fighting or "guarding".

Protect your hay with the HAYHUT! The Hayhut is so light that one person can easily maneuver it!

wooden pallet Horse Feeders Hay - Bing Images

Doubt i would use this. Bit of a combination of the nice house style feeder and the simple pallet feeder.

SIKANTISPETS: A very safe and sturdy horse hay net is this model. Try it here!

SIKANTISPETS: A very safe and sturdy horse hay net is this model. Try it here!

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