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Old 12-17-2007, 05:16 PM   #1
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Corn Mash??

A horse person at my husband's office suggested we feed corn mash to our horses during the winter to aid in keeping them warm. Does anyone do that? Does it put weight on them? Also, would it be detrimental to a horse with a delicate digestive system? Any input would be appreciated.
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I feed a bran mash a few times a week in these cold months. I usually give a full scoop of bran plus half of what they normally get in grain and a full ration of hay stretcher. My horses love a nice warm dinner on a cold day It seems to keep digestion moving well and keeps weight on them. My vet recommends bran mash at least once a week for digestion, she says it helps horses who have a delicate system.
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