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  • #91
    Haylage is hay with a higher moisture level, it hasn't been dried out.

    It is often fed to horses that have a problem with the dust that dried hay kicks up.

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    • #92
      Aaaahh ok!

      You learn something new everyday

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      • #93
        The horse before last had problems with hay, and since then I just fed them haylage, they both seemed to prefer it.

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        • #94
          Well it sounds nicer than dry hay. If I were a horse I think I'd prefer haylage

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          • #95
            It smells GOOOD.

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            • #96
              yeah, smells almost alcoholic, but twice the price of hay..

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              • #97
                Yep xD hence the fact my horse has hay.
                It's fermented, alcohol is too, that might explain the smell :P

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                • #98
                  Haylage also has a higher enery content, so is sometimes fed to lazier cobby types to get their energy levels up, also fed to older horses for the same reason. And I aggree, it does smell reeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaallllllllly good!!
                  sports mix smells lovely too... I could just put some milk on it and eat it myself.... same with a bran mash.... :P

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                  • #99
                    Yeah I loooove the smell of haylage!

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                    • xD I love the smell of molasses. mmmmm

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                      • Originally posted by another_goth_kid View Post
                        xD I love the smell of molasses. mmmmm
                        Doesn't taste to bad either....

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                        • I like the smell of neatsfoot oil too, but I dont think I'd care to taste it. Anyone else like the smell of burning foot from hot shoeing?


                          Hmmm have just realised how smelly horse keeping is..

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                          • Originally posted by eldarfea View Post
                            Anyone else like the smell of burning foot from hot shoeing?
                            -=vomit=- I cant stand that smell!

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                            • Neither can I, Its like when you burn your hair but a million times worse!

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                              • Originally posted by eldarfea View Post
                                Anyone else like the smell of burning foot from hot shoeing?
                                LOL i quite like that smell as well.
                                Along with Haylage, sugar beet/beep pulp, molassed apple chaff, and most other feed.

                                Has anyone else actually tried the lick-it's before putting them in the stable?
                                Or am i just weird? lol
                                Me and one of the other girls at the yard licked them to see what they tasted like lol, i liked the Cherry one

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