"A horse's digestive system is geared to a diet of forage." -Sammie
"Forage is a plant material, usually leaves and stems." -Madison
"Grass in a pasture is often mixed with seeds and other plants - some of them are good for horses, some of them are bad." -Tru
"All horses need water, energy, fiber, protein, and mineral and vitamins to live." -Emma
"The energy the horse gets comes mainly from eating carbohydrates and fat in it's food." -Madison
"The energy is transported in the blood in the form of a sugar called glucose and is used directly by the muscles. The energy can be stored as fat and used later."
"Fresh green grasses have a lot of carbohydrates, and new hay can give a horse more energy than older hay." -Kaitlyn
"Horses need plenty of water while they exercise." -Saylor
What can horses eat?
What is dangerous for horses to eat?
1. Cherry Pits
1. Lilly of the Valley
1. Poison Hemlock
1. Horse Chestnut