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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
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