There were no significant differences between singly trained mare and mares trained in pairs.
Adding supplements or electrolytes to water can decrease intake in horses.
Grazing muzzles are an effective means of restricting pasture intake by ponies.
Steaming represents a management strategy for reducing dust and mold levels and increasing dry matter intake in some hays. However, steaming should not replace the main goal of feeding good quality (i.e. low in dust and mold) hay.
A well-maintained compost system is capable of rendering P. equorum eggs non-viable within 8 days.
The Pre-Vent feeder design seems useful for increasing time spent eating and reducing grain wastage.
Composting provides many benefits including significant reductions in mass and increased nutrient concentrations.
Plant mixtures of Kentucky bluegrass, orchardgrass, and tall and meadow fescue.
No difference was found in healthy horses.
Results in dry matter losses.
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Horses ate more in the PM, likely in response to increases in nonstructural carbohydrates.
Horses should have a yearly dental evaluation, especially if consuming a diet low in forage or high in pellets.
Ponies anticipated the restricted grazing time period and ate more quickly.
The lower the pH of the water, the less the horses will consume.
Using obstacles in the feed bucket increased feed intake time.
Timothy, Kentucky bluegrass, and quackgrass were most preferred.
Shelter access is important in snowy, windy conditions.
Horses consumed more dry matter during the first 4 hours than the second 4.