How much cracked corn to feed your horse?
Yes, they can, but deer corn is whole kernel corn. It is much harder for the birew to digest in that form. It would be better to feed cracked corn, corn that has gone through at least one stage of a mill. Deer corn is usually fed to deer, cows and other large animals that will chew it to break it up. Chickens, of course, have no teeth, and if a chicken has a choice… Read More
I have 4 ducks and I feed them two big cups of cracked corn and two big cups of duck pellets. You should feed them every time they are out of food.
you have to feed them a proper balance between corn, chicken feed, egg shells and horse poo
Horses can eat green corn stalks if you want to feed them the stalks. It will not hurt a horse to eat green corn stalks. Answer 2: Technically, yes a horse can eat green corn stalks, that doesn't mean they should though. Horses cannot proccess the stalks enough to get much nutrition out of them. The corn stalks can also harbor fungus and bacteria that could cause problems for the horse.
It depends on the location, and the type or class of animals fed. There can be as little as no corn (0%) in a feed ration for cattle, or as much as 85% in a feed ration. Not all areas in the world can or will grow corn, and not all feed fed to cattle includes corn. For instance, much of the grain fed to cattle in Canada is barley or oats, not corn.
For such a general question, it requires a general answer: It depends on the steer and the type of feed corn being used to feed that steer. There is some sort of general "rule of thumb" out there that it takes around 9 lbs of grain to get one pound of beef, but that is pretty ambiguous. It takes more pounds of corn to get a pound of gain on a Holstein steer than it… Read More
1. Carrots. 2. Alfalfa 3. Oats. 4. Horse feed. 5. Chicken laying mash. 6. Cracked vron. 7. Grass. 8. Leftovers.
Click on the Feed next to the Carrot Drink Groom Hand and Turnip and then feed your horse Fodder as much as it needs.
From a farmer's viewpoint, "feed corn" and "field corn" are pretty much interchangeable terms - corn raised for the purpose of feeding stock. The opposite is sweet corn, grown for human consumption.
Yes it can. Much of what's left over from harvesting corn for human food is fed to livestock as a by-product in the form of corn cobs, corn-gluten feed, etc.
You certainly can feed sweet corn ("people corn") to cattle, but farmers don't because it doesn't yield nearly as much as field corn (dent corn). Most cattle feedlots operate on a tight enough margin that they need to feed the least expensive corn they can get, and that's not as cheap as it used to be.
Perhaps. Dogs may eat corn. It is a ingredient used in most dog foods. They may be able to digest the corn, but cats cannot. Dogs like corn, but a devoted owner should never give the dog to much corn - for it can harm the dogs digestive system. Like a cat. You are okay to feed your dog SOME corn, but never feed it to much, and never feed your cat corn, ever.
How many cans of corn to buy to feed 40 people depends partly on the size of the can and partly on how much other food you will be serving. If you allow a half an average-size can of corn per person then to feed 40 people you will need 20 cans of corn, 10 creamed and 10 whole kernel.
Enough to feed your cracked up kids
Itall deoends how much you feed your horse. I feed my horse twice a day and he gets half a scoop of pasture mix, half a scoop of honeychop and half a scoop of sugarbeet and this costs me £20 a month
it depends on how much you feed it and what type of horse it is
it all dependents how big is the horse what kind of horse is it what does the horse do
A bushel of cracked corn is 56 lbs, which is about 10 gallons (or 2- 5 gallon buckets). So a 55 gallon barrel can hold approx. 5.5 bushels which approx. 308 lbs.
If a small horse you should feed it 2.5 a day and if cpnsiserbly large 3 kg
Well, it depends on what type of feed you feed him/her.
If you have a horse/pony feed bags can range from $20-$60 although most just are about $40. Hay can be about $5 a bale. That depends on how much feed it needs and what type of feed you give it. The amount and type of feed depends on the size and weight of the horse as well as how often and hard it's worked.
Corn isn't really bad for horses. There are many rumors surrounding corn saying that it is bad to feed it to them for many reasons, but for the most part the rumors are not true. There are however some rules you should go by when feeding corn, never feed more than 3 pounds at one time and usually never more than 4 to 6 pounds a day. The horse should always have access to clean… Read More
grass! horse feed and hay and haylage. A horse in a paddock will eat grass all day and horse feed quantities depend on the horse same as hay or haylage
Alfalfa, corn, and some specially designed feeds give the horse allot of energy, but fed in excess, rich food like alfalfa will cause fatal stones in the horses stomach that require surgery to remove. Corn has little protein for horses, and is not a good meal for your horse, and you need to look at the ingredients in the food, to make sure it has all the other nutrients the horse needs and that it… Read More
Feeding a horse beet pulp can vary from horse to horse. Depending on if you have others in with them or how much you horse takes in daily. For me its usually 1 and a half scoops but again it varies. That is a question for your local feed store or your local vet.
Simple: don't feed so much (like limit how much the animal gets per day) and don't feed corn like it's the only thing the animal has to eat. Make sure your animal has free access to grass and/or hay, as this will help the cow's digestive system tremendously and prevent her (or him if it's a steer you're feeding) from getting bloat or acidosis. When you do this, the chance of having to use antibiotics… Read More
If a horse is exclusively on pasture only, then the cost to feed it is the cost of the land and its maintenance.
the amount you feed your horse all depends on the size of the horse, how much excerisise it gets, if it is in stall or pasture and what you feed it. usually any where from 12lbs-22lbs a day.
It depends on the horse. If your horse is fat then you need to cut down on the horse feed, but if your horse is too skinny then you need to increase their feed until the horse gets back up to his/her weight.
That depends on how big the horse is and how much work it is in.
Absolutely! Too much corn (or any grain, for that matter!) at one time can make a horse very sick (colic) and could even kill it. Colic is similar to an enormous belly ache and when/if the horse begins to roll, trying to reduce some of the discomfort, they can twist an intestine very easily. If this process is not caught and treated early and quickly, the horse can die a very painful death. Another concern… Read More
Most of the corn grown in America is used for livestock feed. Forty Percent of the world's corn crop comes from America.
The amount of money it costs to feed a horse per day will vary according to the weight of the horse, the activity level of the horse, the type of feed being given, your location, and the local economy. To figure out daily costs you should figure up how much food the horse will get every day for one year then add up the yearly expense and divide it by 365, this will give you… Read More
It depends on how much the horse is ridden, and whether or not the horse lives in a pasture, stall, or has limited turn-out.
I guess he was bored. but that doesn't make very much sence.........
it has been awhile, but no more than a handful per day, of say cracked wheat and corn.
It is fine general feed but for best egg laying results you need to add extra calcium and protein to the diet. Layer pellets or layer complete is not much more expensive than cracked corn. If not available in your area try adding 10% soy bean and a vitamin tonic to the daily water supply.
You should feed a horse between 1.5% and 3% of it's body-weight in feed daily. For example you would need to feed an average 1,000 pound horse 15 to 30 pounds of food a day based on those percentages.
Some bags of feed can range from $20.00-50.00
Depends on the type of feed, how many horses you have, and how much you are required to feed them of that product.
Corn was a major source of livestock feed in the 1990s and early 2000s, with approximately 50 percent of the annual harvest being fed to chickens, hogs, and cattle.
The amount of grain varies widely from horse to horse. You should always feed a horse by weight rather than the 'flake and a scoop' method which leads to health problems. A horse should get 2% of it's body weight in feed daily. and no less than 70% of that should be roughage (hay/grass) the other 30% or less can be made up of concentrates or grains. Concentrates like pelleted horse feeds are safer to… Read More
Ducks are herbivores. Bread has wheat. So it is good for them and tasty. -Ducks like bread because it fills them up so they aren't hungry anymore, bread is NOT good for ducks. Bread doesn't have any type of nutrtion in it that ducks need to survive. please don't feed ducks bread, it clogs there stomach's and they could die. feed them cracked corn, or duck feed.
2 to 3 bags of frozen corn can most likely serve 40 people.
The difference is feed corn is genetically modified with certain traits to resist pesticides and herbicides and other bugs and toxins. The genetically modified corn has too much engineering involved in it to know if it will have an adverse effect on humans. So the human consumption corn is strictly natural corn without any modifications
Yes in Harvest Moon Magical Melody You will need corn and a Windmill (Made by Woody) put the corn in the windmill and You will have more bird feed Not sure how much though
The amount of grain a horse eats varies from horse to horse. So giving a hard answer to this can be hard. However it is widely accepted that a horses diet should never consist of more than 50% grains or concentrates(Pelleted feeds are safer and better for horses than straight grains like oats or corn.) So if you have a 1,000 pound horse and he gets 20 pounds of feed daily, then 50%( or less… Read More
approximately 3-5 pounds of a soybean corn feed
Depends on the age and whether you are finishing the steer or backgrounding him.
its where the little hay thing is, where you click to feed your horse. right beside where it tells you how much you need to feed it, it says how much it ate. hope that helps!