Thursday, November 8, 2012

Shipping and feed your horse properly

Horses are one animal that needs a lot of maintenance and care to stay healthy and stay away from the disease and damage. Horses are very sensitive animals are emotionally and therefore also boarding, cleaning, eating, and even horseback riding should be seen not only from a physical standpoint, but also from an emotional standpoint.

Coping involves having a soft ground horse stable half (earth, sand or mats) are well connected to the external box or built so that air flows easily. A large animal like a horse produces 30 pounds of dung and 2.5 liters of urine per day should not be stored in closed, no adequate airflow. An average horse barn is 12 feet by 12 feet. Bedding is also important for the health of horses although not required. Linen absorbs moisture from urine and feces, and reduces the growth of bacteria and parasites. If horses are removed and the position they are cleaned every day, and if your nails are cleaned properly and bi-daily from his horse might not always need to sleep. Unless your plants are not made of dirt or sand material containing rubber in this case, you should definitely put a crib.

Eating horse is a science in itself, but I will discuss some basic concepts, and introduce you to some hay and supplements that I have tried on my horse for years and have seen the results. The first tip that you need to consider when it comes to eating horse is hay to weight ratio. For every 100 pounds of body horse will have to feed 0.5 pounds of hay or feed. The most common hays I have seen people feed their horses and has been used previously is Timothy, Orchard, Alfalfa, and three-way. Alfalfa is not a grass, but nuts. The reason people feed the horses with alfalfa is that it is rich in protein and help your horse to build muscle faster, but it is important to know that also makes alfalfa hyper horse and "hot". Among all the hay I personally prefer Orchard and Timothy. If you like the horse to gain weight can use rice and wheat bran. Rice and wheat bran comes in different forms, but if you are in a powder form (the most common), then you have to do is mix a few pounds a day with hay your horse or simply the number of poor in the hay to feed their horses.

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