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Friesian horse with insulin resistanceThe owner of this insulin resistant Friesian gelding was having difficulty managing his weight. A grazing muzzle had proven unsuccessful in getting this horse to slim down. She decided to put him on a strict diet and exercise program. She ramped up his daily exercise and provided him with low carb feed. Since he was now confined to a half acre drylot, she used a Stable Grazer automatic hay feeder to feed him a small amount of timothy hay every four hours. This kept him busier throughout the day and boosted his fiber intake.

The Results

Friesian horse after being fed with the Stable GrazerThe results are amazing. After only six weeks he was like new horse and had lost over 250 pounds. His serum insulin was now within a normal range.

 

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  • As we browse the internet we repeatedly find articles that support our belief that horses need to be fed smaller meals, more often, to promote good health. The links provided for you below are for your convenience only. We are not suggesting that the authors or owners of these websites in any way, approve of, or endorse Stable Grazer automatic hay feeders.

    It is our goal to provide you with as much information as possible so that you can come to your own conclusion. We believe that as you read through the linked articles below you will begin to see what seems to be a common factor with many of the health issues we have with our horses today. And that is the way in which we feed our horses.

    We will be adding more links as time goes on, so if you're not yet convinced, check back often to see if any new links have been added.