Document Type

Article

Number

130

Publication Date

7-1931

Abstract

The successful feeding of horses requires a knowledge of the composition. of the common feeding stuffs, the requirements of horses under various conditions and their proper management. Those who have studied horse feeding problems generally concede that considerable feed may be saved by the proper use of the various feeds and an up-to-date system of management. Surveys have shown that some horses, even tho they get twice as much feed as others, do no more work and are kept in no better condition. This can be explained by the fact that one farmer understands how to feed and care for his animals, while the other simply wastes feed because he does not know the amount and the kind needed.

Language

en

File Format

application/pdf

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