My horse will not gain weight! I'm not sure what to do! He gets wormer once a month and feed twice a day, although our feild will not grow grass! what should I do? Does he need grass? or a certain type of feed? you can see every bone in his body! What should I do?
Please, I need more information!
breed of horse? age? what is he being fed now? How much? Do you feed hay? Grain? How much (weight of amount of feed given...or quarts..how many? ) has he seen a vet lately? Has he has his teeth floated? what kind of wormer do you give? Is it the same kind each month? Does he get ridden? Do you provide fresh clean water all the time?
Please let me know this information and anything else you think I should need to know. It will help me to understand the situation better and give some suggestions.
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