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How Much Hay You Need To Store For the Winter Months? - Prepping Now

How Much Hay You Need To Store For the Winter Months? - Prepping Now

The horse has evolved as a grazing animal; the natural feeding habit of the horse is to eat small amounts of roughages often. Modern management practices of horses incorporate stabling, increased grain-based concentrate consumption, meal feeding, limited access to pasture and the reliance on stored forages ...

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Feeding Goats: What you need to know about forages and winter

Feeding Goats: What you need to know about forages and winter

Goats are ruminant animals who eat plants and digest them through a four-compartment stomach. They are more like deer regarding nutrition, than they are to sheep or cattle, which eat a lot of grass.

Goats are well-known for their ability to forage on anything from fresh grass to woody shrubs. They...

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Is Your Forage Forest Friendly?

Is Your Forage Forest Friendly?

Standlee Certified Noxious Weed Free BadgeStandlee Premium Western Forage® offers several Certified noxious weed free forage options. “Certified” means that a forage product is free of any noxious weeds. A majority of Certified noxious weed free forage programs are based on...

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