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Can you give me some general feeding directions for my polocrosse horses, including when best to feed them and what to feed them?
I’ve heard some commonly fed oils can be dangerous to horses because they decrease absorption of vitamins and minerals. Is this true?
My mare has a history of choke. If I use a commercial slow-feeder, do I have to continue to wet her feed?
Can I increase the amount of fish oil I feed to boost calorie consumption and avoid feeding two different oils?
My laminitis-prone mare is stalled at all times except when ridden. What is the best way to feed her for optimal nutrition without risk of founder?