Re: feed opinion for very geriatric horse in reply to soundguy, 02-14-2013 16:46:46
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Goodness, I had not ever heard of that but it does make sense. I raised a few Paso Fino's and fortunately did not ever have that issue. One of the mares got out very early one spring and got colic from the munchies on the early green stuff and the vet came by and did the long tube thing and mineral oil and fixed her right up. They sure were good tempered horses and great for riding (smooth and high stepping). I had one large quarter horse mare and she was fast. She would cut so quick that if I wasn't watching, I would go one way and she would be gone another. :oops: I had a very large field fenced in for them and they had lots of good graze. Just some hay in the winter and a little feed to keep 'em fat and sassy. Good luck with the old girl, sounds like she has really enjoyed her retirement years! :wink:
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