Looking for horse feed or horse tack in Arizona? Horse feed will likely include hay. Look for good quality hay that is free of mold and dust. The hay should be cut at an appropriate length and stage of maturity. Hay that has too coarse a stem or too fine a stem can cause digestive problems such as impactions.
In Arizona, are you interested in purchasing used horse tack? To keep expenses down, you might wish to consider a used saddle that has already had a "break-in" period. When selecting a used saddle check the condition of the tree, the key stress points and the condition of the leather. Are you aware of proper horse feed storage in Arizona? To keep stored hay as fresh and palatable as possible, focus on preventing mold development, heat buildup and combustion, and nutrient deterioration. For example-As much as 75% of vitamin A is diminished in the first 24 hours. Even under ideal storage conditions, more than 5% of vitamins are lost each month. You may consider having your hay evaluated if left standing over time. You may need supplementation with a vitamin/mineral mix.