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I own a 13-month-old filly that's in moderate weight. I am moving her to a farm closer to me that has great pasture, and she will be turned out all day, every day. With this change in pasture, what's the best feed for her?
My skinny Walking Horse needs to gain weight. Can you suggest a feed with little or no corn?
I own a yearling Lippizan gelding. I would consider him moderately thin, as he is ribby. I think he needs more weight. How should I add extra calories?
My middle-aged Quarter Horse gelding is supposedly HYPP negative. He develops colic multiple times a year. Can you review his diet and tell me if you see any management problems that would predispose him to colic?
My fat horse is on to me. He flees at the sight of the grazing muzzle. Can I just let him go without?