Stall Grazing!

April 20, 2017

You bet!
Still feeding the amount of hay both Oney and Leroy need, wasting less and it will last them til morning. 

These Hay Chix hay nets are a crucial part of managing my own personal horses as well as horses that join us for further education. Being able to graze the nets throughout the day keeps forage in their system throughout the day helping reduce the chance of ulcers as well as behavior feeding problems.

Proud member of the 2017 Hay Chix Patch Program Team!



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Welcome to the CWH Blog, a direct insight into Colton's journey as he progresses his horsemanship. Colton's goal is to document his experiences as he works towards developing a better feel, timing, balance and understanding with the horse. By sharing first-hand experiences as well as those learned from others along the way, together we all have the opportunity to continually grow and strengthen the relationship we have with our horses and the people in our lives. 

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