Best Tack, Feed, Hay and Supplies in Ohio

Looking for horse tack or a horse feed containing grain only in Ohio? For example, it takes 42 lbs of oats to provide the amount of nutrition found on most quality feed concentrates. Oats contain a very high level of non-structural carbohydrates, and an inverted calcium-phosphorus ratio. Horses need twice as much calcium as phosphorus, cut oats have five times as much phosphorus as calcium. Contact your feed specialist to find the right grain for your horse.

Adding a curb strap to your horse tack in Ohio? There are many types, ranging from leather to chain. A curb chain has a little more bite to it than a leather curb strap. The width of the chain, and the size and spacing of its links, determine its severity. The curb strap is properly adjusted when there is space for two fingers between the strap and the horse’s jaw. Would you like some horse feed storage tips in Ohio? If grain is not stored correctly you may lose valuable nutrients. Here are some considerations- feed should be kept in a cool dry place; do not place new feed on top of old feed; Store feed bags on pallets or off a concrete floor; ensure feed containers are clean and dry. Finally - keep the empty bag in case you need to refer to the manufacturer’s information.

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