Asked by: Yumi Underhillasked in category: General Last Updated: 23rd April, 2020
Can horses eat all stock feed?
Subsequently, one may also ask, can Goats eat all stock feed?
All-stock is just fine for goats, IMO. I'd always make sure you kept baking soda out 24/7 for goats with molasses in the feed to buffer the rumen. I wouldn't but a TON out at a time because as it ages goats will stop eating it once it looses it's freshness.
Similarly, what is in all stock feed? Ingredients: Roughage Products, Plant Protein Products, Grain Products, Processed Grain By-Products, Cane Molasses Products, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement. Feeding Directions: This feed can be fed to cattle, horses, sheep and goats. Feed 1% to 2% of body weight daily.
Simply so, can horses eat cattle feed?
Don't Give Cattle Feeds to Horses! It's generally okay for cattle and horses to eat grass together in a pasture, munch through similar, good-quality hay, and drink the same water. However, horses should not be given grain-based feeds designed for cattle. Urea should not be fed to young horses at all.
How much feed should you feed a horse?
Measure feed accurately and feed consistently The average thousand-pound horse who relies on hay for all their forage typically eats fifteen to twenty pounds of hay per day. Most hay is dispensed in flakes; however, the amount of hay in a flake can vary greatly, depending on the size of the flake and the kind of hay.