Purchasing horse tack or horse feed in Kentucky? If you feed a ‘complete feed’, then you are providing a dietary substitute in situations in which good-quality forage is not available. Complete feeds can also be useful if a horse is unable to consume or digest forage. Horses should be fed complete products at the correct rate in small meals throughout the day.
In Kentucky, do you want to add a saddle girth as part of your horse tack? Take time to do some research or ask the help of the tack shop. Girth’s come in a variety of materials: leather, neoprene, synthetic, string, wool or synthetic fleece, webbed or fabric. You can also purchase girth extender, girth buckle guard or girth rings. Are you looking for a maintenance horse feed in Kentucky? When reading the grain label look for a variety of ingredients (not just cereal grains) including supplemental vitamins and minerals. Maintenance feeds are often called ration balancers. These are generally low in calories and are designed to provide the minerals (such as vitamins A and E) commonly lacking in hays or pasture forages. This feed is recommended if feeding low-quality hay only.