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[RC] Senior Feed - Rides 2 Far

I feed my horses whatever they will eat at a ride which is usually >
what the > horse next to them has........mb

Same here. Bill asked me why I go to all the trouble of mixing up all my
beet pulp, carrots, apples, bran, shredded alfalfa, grain etc. when
Kaboot just wants what other people have.  I tell him I do it for the
other people. It's like going to a covered dish dinner. It's OK to eat
everyone else's stuff so long as you brought your share and put it out
there. :-) 

You can kind of tell who all has the covered dish mentality. They put
their stuff in feed pans and leave it right near the walkways. Those who
don't share put theirs in little buckets and pull it up behind their
water tubs.  Then their crews sit there guarding it while their horse
stands there not eating it. 


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