Do you want horse tack or a higher fat content horse feed in Montana. Higher fat usually means lower soluble carbohydrates (sugar, starch). Fat has advantages over starch and sugar as a calorie source for these types of horses: athletic horses, growing horses, lactating mares, older horses, Cushing’s Disease, insulin resistance, hard-keepers, tying-up and Equine polysaccharide storage myopathy (EPSM).
Are you going to a horse tack sale in Montana? When you walk into a tack sale, it’s easy to throw good judgement to the wind and buy what you don’t need. First, decide what you really need. Second, do some research on what that may cost. Third, take measurements to the sale of what you want to buy.Third, don’t be afraid to make an offer. Finally,set a limit on what you want to spend. Do you know the 10 common horse feed mistakes in Montana? It's fun to watch your horse enjoy its meals and nicker to you when it sees you with the feed bucket. Don’t make a mistake with your horse's dietary needs.The common errors are: overfeeding, underfeeding, inadequate pasture grass, poor hay, calculating grain by volume not weight, over supplementing, ignoring pest control, ignoring dental issues, not providing adequate water, not providing salt.