Well price varies by brand and bag size but in the USA a typical bag of horse feed will cost between $10 -$18.
Normally 50 lbs
around $11.00 to $12.00 a bag.
Depends on the type of feed, how many horses you have, and how much you are required to feed them of that product.
Well this will depend on several factors, first how many pounds of feed is in the bag? Secondly, how much feed is the horse supposed to receive each day? Lets say you have a 40lb bag of pellets, and you have a horse that gets 6 lbs of pellets a day 40 divide by 6 = just over 6 days of feed.
usually on the back of the box or bag holding the vitamins/cereal, there will be a weight chart. weigh your horse using a horse weigh tape and look at the back of the box you bag will tell you, depending on how much your horse weighs, how much to feed it.
Feed it a higher protein food. The ingredients and their percentages are listed on the tag of the feed bag.
You put the reins over the horses neck and pull the horses neck up. Or if it has a feed bag remove the feed bag from the horse and then bridle the horse. But you should really leave the horse to eat its food so it won't try to ear the grass while riding
Click on the Feed next to the Carrot Drink Groom Hand and Turnip and then feed your horse Fodder as much as it needs.
21 Kg of horse feed will vary in price according to brand and type, how much the store marks the price up, if you have any coupons, and the location of the store. Here in the US for a roughly equivalent sized bag it could cost anywhere from $10 to $35 per bag.
Well for 1 horse getting 1 bag would be enough for like 2 or 3 weeks depends how much it eats and how big the bag of pellets is but you will always have to buy more like you would for a dog.....................