Need horse tack or a ‘safe’ horse feed in Arkansas? For feed, some horses require low carbohydrate feed. These kinds are manufactured with ingredients that are high in digestible fiber and low in sugars and starches. "Safe" feeds often use ingredients such as beet pulp and soybean hulls, which have a high composition of digestible fiber, a low starch content and avoid use of ingredients such as corn, which is high in starch.
Horse tack in Arkansas needs special care to last, here are some tips. Irreparable damage can occur on your saddle saddle leather by over-cleaning, over-conditioning, or over-oiling it, so be careful. Store your saddle on a saddle stand to help avoid stretching or misshaping the leather. Avoid dirt and any kind of extremes in temperature or humidity to preserve your leather tack’s "skin." Are you storing your commercial horse feed properly in Arkansas? Moisture is the enemy when grain-based feeds. To decrease the risks of decomposition and mold development, keep feed in cool, dry environments, with containers tightly closed. This will keep out insects, moisture or rodents.