Managing horse pastures requires year-long maintenance. Fortunately, there’s this quick guide to help.
Fall and spring pastures can be dangerous for sugar-sensitive horses. Temperature and sunlight affect the amount of sugar stored in grass. For sugar-sensitive horses it is best to limit grazing time or stop it completely when daytime temperatures are warm and nights are below 40° F.
Tips and Topics
Horse pasture management tips:
Healthy pastures require year-round maintenance. Depending on your situation you may need to rest overgrazed pastures, control weeds, spread manure, test soil, reseed, or fertilize. Check out this pasture management infographic from Kentucky Performance Products.
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