Can horses eat sudangrass?
Sudan-grass and its relatives are not good for horses to eat as they can cause neurological problems. Sudan-grass is related to Johnsongrass, and Sorghum-grass and any of their hybrids.
all horses can eat hay/grass. all horses can eat hay/grass.
Horses can eat broad beans. In fact, they are actually good for horses and horses actually really like to eat them.
Horses do eat oats
Yes, horses can eat pecans, and most horses love them.
no horses do not eat leeks horses don't eat leeks.it would kill them and you don't want that.
* race horses eat horse food with a little bit of drugs in it *regular horses eat horse food
Arabian horses eat everything other breeds of horses eat. They are herbivores and eat whatever they can find, but they are particularly fond of grasses.
Horses may eat their afterbirth.
yes horses do eat cantaloupe
Yes, onions will not hurt horses. NO! Horses cannot eat onions- they are on the "foods not to feed horses" list.
Yes horse can have celery. Not all horses will eat it, just like not all horses will eat apples and carrots.
No, Poseidon did not eat horses in Greek myth, he was god of the sea, rivers, flood and drought, earthquakes, and horses. Horses might have been sacrificed to him, but he didn't eat them.
An Arab can eat anything other breeds of horses eat.
horses eat hay and drink water
Yes, horses can eat lettuce but it is not recommended.
Sea horses eat little shrimp
Yes, tigers will certainly eat horses.
Horses are vegetarians - they only eat plants.
HORSES USUALLY EAT HAY
horses primerily eat grass or hay.
No horses do not eat monkeys for dinner.
Horses eat salt to balance out their electrolytes.
Horses eat them from a trough or bucket.
Some horses will eat bananas. Bananas are sweet and horses enjoy sweet foods.
Yes, they are fine for horses to eat, though some horses might not like them.
no. Horses can not eat corn but they can eat egg sandwiches! That was immature, but yes a horse can eat corn.
Sea horses eat their food through their snout. Sea horses eat continuously as they do not have completely functional digestive systems.
Horses will eat tree bark if there is no other food to eat. This is not good for them as the bark can cause all kinds of illnesses in horses.
Tennessee Waling Horses eat the same way that all horses eat.
no horses can't eat silver weed
Horses are herbivores, they NEVER eat meat.
Horses CAN eat cucumbers but I don't know if its good for them.
Horses should eat mostly grass or hay.
Horses can eat cabbage, but only in small amounts.
Horses cannot eat brussel sprouts
Horses primarily eat grass. hay, and grain.
Horses can have altoiods it only depends on if they want to eat it.
Naturally, horses will mostly eat grass and hay.
Horses eat grass. It's the other way round, in Europe we make mince from horses.
The Brumby is a wild Australian horse, or feral horse. They are perfectly normal horses which eat grass like other horses, but they are tougher, and can eat tougher vegetation which many horses would not touch.
Horses can eat lentils. Common things for horses to eat include salt, oats, root vegetables, bran, barley, carrots, and apples.
Horses will eat all three of those things. Horses are least likely to eat straw.
Horses were not fed latkes, unless there was nothing else for them to eat.
Horses can eat chickpeas without any ill effect. Horses can eat almost any grain without consequence. Some horses do have preferences and will not eat all grains.
Miniature horses eat what regular horses eat grass horse feed etc. Just smaller amounts. Goats will eat plants weeds and grass.
All horses are different, and that means they eat different amts. of food. Some horses will eat until they get sick, and some may not eat enough. Therefore, there is no specific amt. for horses to eat.
horses can consume flour. Horses should not eat flour, period. Horses should eat a feed high in digestable fiber and low in carbohydrates and sugars, and good quality forage (hay).
No. horses do not eat egg & bacon sandwiches
HORSES WILL EAT CHOCOLATE AND STRAWBERRIES AND CONDENSED MILK ;)
Yes, horses can eat nutmeg in very limited quantities.