DOES EATING FROM A HAYNET CAUSE BACK PROBLEMS IN HORSES? HOW EQUINE PHYSIOTHERAPY CAN HELP
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"Horses are grazing animals that have evolved over millions of years to eat at ground level. They eat low value, high fibre food for up to 18hrs a day. They do browse on bushes, trees and shrubs at different heights, however their heads would be down and grazing at ground level for the majority of the day."
Justine Harrison - Equine Behaviourist and I recently answered a reader question for Horse magazine looking at whether it is better for horses to be fed from the floor, or from haynets.
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