Best Tack, Feed, Hay and Supplies in Pennsylvania

Buying horse tack or horse feed in Pennsylvania? Do you know the six signs to look for good quality hay? They are- high leaf-to-stem ratio, small diameter stems,few seed heads or blooms, fresh smell and appearance, cleanliness and hay color.Quality hay should be bright green in color with little fading. A bleached, yellow, brown or black color may indicate aged hay, mold or poor storage conditions.

Do you want to add a bitless bridle to your horse tack in Pennsylvania? Bitless bridles work well where the horse needs to gain or regain confidence in carrying the rider in a comfortable, relaxed, ground-covering manner. Both the bosal and the sidepull encourage horses to accept rein aids without anticipating mouth pain. What is the limit of time that horse feed can stay safe in Pennsylvania? Most feed labels will reflect a 30- 60 day expiration date. If you maintain feed under ideal circumstances , it might remain safe for four to six months. Once a bag is open, the clock starts ticking with feed quality. Degradation can occur after exposure to air, humidity, and heat.

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