Some bags of feed can range from $20.00-50.00
If a horse is exclusively on pasture only, then the cost to feed it is the cost of the land and its maintenance.
Well, it depends on what type of feed you feed him/her.
Well price varies by brand and bag size but in the USA a typical bag of horse feed will cost between $10 -$18.
it costs around $800 depends
Typically around $20 at a Murdochs.
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
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 the daily cost to feed your horse.
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.
Stock horse is a type and not really a breed, therefore the cost to feed one would depend on several factors, these include: Weight, activity level, age, time of year, and local feed prices.
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.
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.
I feel there are two questions here:Serfs could never ever afford a horse in the middle ages.The cost of feed: The cost of feed was immaterial as to own a horse you had to be rich enough that others were paying you tax and how they paid was farm products mostly.