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Many quarter horses can do with one scoop of feed in each of the morning and night and hay for grazing during the day. Feed a horse enough to maintain weight with tips from a ranch owner in this free horse care video.

Expert: Kathy Kentala
Bio: Kathy Kentala owns the Bee Cave Riding Center in Austin, TX. She also owns Signal Hill Ranch, a western venue specializing in team penning and ranch sorting, barrels, poles, and other speed events.
Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA

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6 Responses to Horse Care & Knowledge : Horse Feeding Schedules

  1. Anonymous says:

    thanks for the input , but if you realize that comment was posted a year ago , so i have further learned more .

  2. Anonymous says:

    If your pasture has enough grass in it, and horses are in light or no work, they dont need anything, but if there isnt enough grass in the pasture, give them some hay, if they are in hard work, maybe half a flake of alfalfa, timothy, or oat hay

  3. Anonymous says:

    when i get horses .
    i am NOT feeding them grain they are gonna be pasture fed .. how much hay and grass will they need ?

  4. Anonymous says:

    pretty horses

    jesus saves

  5. Anonymous says:

    i couldnt have said it better myself! LestatMonCopain :)

  6. Anonymous says:

    Um…yeah so your telling me that your QHs would do fine with 1 scoop of 12 percent fat just as well as they’d do with economic 2.5 percent fat grain? There are many differences, and their grain should be split into 3 or even 4 if you can for improved digestion. Why would you feed 2 scoops twice a day? A horse can only digest up to 5lbs of concentrate at one feeding and each of those 3 qt scoops is approx 3.5 lbs…so that means 7 lbs each meal, ur wasting 2 lbs, again split the grain up!!