Hay for horse
Adapt the forage to its work and its physiological state
In the wild, the horse's diet consists exclusively of grass (70% of grasses, 20% of legumes and 10% of various plants).
But when a horse is in a stable, its diet should include fodder (hay or alfalfa), cereals (oats, barley, corn, etc.) and straw.
Several factors must be taken into account to define its nutritional needs: breed, sex, size, outside temperature, work (physical activity) and physiological state (pregnant or lactating mare).