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[RC] Generators at 3:30 a.m. - sherman

Feeding the morning ration at night is something I've been doing even at
home. Since I want my horses to eat all they want, and they never eat it
all, it works great. Then in the morning I serve a little mash with
electrolytes and the ponies are ready to go. 

There just isn't that big a trick to feeding a horse quietly without
turning on stadium lights and flinging buckets about.? Or hey, even
giving it to the horse the night before---there's nothing nutrition-wise
that any horse needs 2-4 hours before a ride that he can't eat and
metabolize as well, or even a lot better, the night before.
Susan Garlinghouse, DVM

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