Do you know the golden rules for horse tack and horse feed in Wyoming? For horse feed, grains are unnatural for the horse’s digestive system. They are safe to feed, and please follow some safety rules. Always feed your horse at the same time every day. Ensure feeding utensils are kept hygienic. Feed according to weight, not volume – know your feed scoops weight.
Do you have horseshoes in your horse tack room in Wyoming? The earliest forms of horseshoes can be found as early as 400 BC. Referred to as “hipposandals” by the Romans, they were made of materials from plants, rawhide and leather strap gears. In Ancient Asia, horsemen equipped their horses with shoes made out of woven plants. Archeological evidence found across the globe point out that ancient civilizations were aware of the need to equip their horses’ hooves with some kind of protective gear. Do you think protein in your horse feed in Wyoming causes the horse crazies? Many horse owners are scared of protein.Some think it causes their equines to be ‘hot’ or cause laminitis and growth problems in young horses or even lead to kidney damage. In reality, protein does not cause any of these issues. As a matter of fact 15% of your horse’s total body mass is made up by protein and can be found in the muscles, skin, hair and hooves.