Do you want horse tack or a “complete horse feed’ in Kansas? A complete feed is one that can be fed without hay, as it provides adequate amounts and types of fiber because the forage or hay portion is built in. This type of feed will also contain adequate protein, vitamin, and mineral components.
In Kansas, does your horse tack search include a girth? For an english saddle you can estimate the girth length you will need by placing your saddle and saddle pad on your horse. Hold a fabric tape measure to the middle billet hole on one side of the saddle, and stretch the tape under the hors to the other side's middle billet hole. The inch measurement you obtain translates to the girth size you require. Do you add salt to your horse feed in Kansas? Horses voluntarily seek out and consume salt in amounts to meet their daily needs, if given the opportunity. Salt or salt blocks should be available free choice along with plenty of water. Forced oral administration of concentrated salt pastes (electrolytes) to dehydrated horses can cause abdominal discomfort.