Friday, September 28, 2007
Horses have evolved as grass and forage eaters with a natural grazing habit and a digestive system that is best suited to derive the maximum benefits out of forages.
Though natural grazing in a paddock may be the most suitable way of feeding a horse, it has got many limitations such as seasonal changes, over grazing, lack of scientific rationing, worm infestations, sand eating, paddock injuries, poisoning, digestive disorders ect.
Secondly paddock grazing is not freely available in all places around the world due to climatic and economic reasons.
Golden Grass is the healthy forage alternative to hay.