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Hay Substitutes for Horses

  • Casie Bazay
  • Nov 6, 2020

Good hay substitutes should be high in fiber, and long-stem fiber is best because it provides adequate ‘chewing time’ that horses need to keep their digestive systems healthy. The nutritional value of the hay substitute is also important. The following are several good hay substitutes for horses: Chopped Forage: Chopped forage is usually clean, mold-free,…

Apple Season is Here

Depending on where you live, apple season has begun! September is known as the best month for apple picking. Lucky for your horses, there are plenty of apple varieties to go around- Honeycrisp, Gala, Red Delicious, Cortland, and more. From sweet to tart, you and your horse can find…

Cool Summer Treats for Your Horse

 which means we may be seeking air conditioning and ice cream rather than spending long hours at the barn. But while you’re inside, you might consider whipping up some cool treats for your horse. I’m sure they’ll be much appreciated on a hot summer day. Here are a several…

Basic Herbs for Culinary, Medicinal and Spirtiual Health

“Everything that slows us down and forces patience, everything that sets us back into the slow circles of nature, is a help. Gardening is an instrument of grace. ” May Sarton 

My daughters and I have recently started our first vegetable garden this past Spring. Planting from seeds and watching…

Homemade Horse Cookies

As a kid I’d always make my animals Christmas presents.  It was usually a treat of some sort.  Since I have some extra time to spend in the kitchen I thought it’d be fun to revisit my treat making days and create some yummy cookies for my boys.

My horses…

Healthy Fall Treats for Horses

Are you looking for DIY ideas on healthy fall treats for your horses?

It’s a time to indulge in some of our favorite comfort foods like soups, chili, or apple pie. Our horses can enjoy the season a little more, too, with a healthy fall treat. Below are a…

Fresh Treat Tips

Fall is everywhere even in Arizona! The days are shorter, mornings are cooler, and baking is at an all-time high in our house. One of the biggest ways my daughters and I bond is through baking our favorite goodies. This time of year, apples are our go-to. We make…

Horse Inspired Cookout

Summer cookout season is here! Entertain your horsey and non-horsey guests with these fun presentations for some simple horse inspired side dishes at your next cookout.
Set the Stage with Décor
You can use old metal feed scoops as candle holders for table centerpieces. Hay or straw bales with…

Three Quick Dishes for Your Next Cookout

I have always loved cooking since I was young, but as I have gotten older I haven’t had time to make elaborate dishes like I used to. This makes it a little more challenging when attending a cookout. Trick your friends and family with these quick and simple recipes!

Pasta…