i think you should feed it yogurt bites. they are rich in minerals .
yyes you can if you have a horse!! barley is an oat and horses love oats
It is safe to put yogurt in your anus.
around $11.00 to $12.00 a bag.
Hay that is 50% grass and 50% alfalfa and Safe choice grain about a scoop each horse
It is safe to feed most veg to your horse but potatos are toxic and should not be given. Carrots,swedes,turnips, cabbage are ok.
No! You are crazy to feed yogurt to your cat!
An hour after giving a grain feed is normally safe
Depends. If the feed is solid (grain/powdery), yes, it's fine. However, if the feed is liquid, no.
you can feed a horse hay, carrots ,apples and you need to feed the horse at less two times a day
Check the answers to 'what are all the kinds of horse feed' or 'why should you feed your horse grain'.
Yogurt is low in purines which is best if you suffer from gout.
As often as you feed it to them. They don't eat yogurt in the wild.
it depends on what type of feed you have.
YES! Think about it, you feed them, water them, keep them safe, so in return they let you ride him!
you click on wat you want to feed it then you click or double click on the horse
Probably, what's an anole
Nutri-stat, and yogurt.
go to the stable and click the feed button
Horse and camel feed does not have a specific name. Most horse and camel feed is made up of grains and grasses.
Click on the Feed next to the Carrot Drink Groom Hand and Turnip and then feed your horse Fodder as much as it needs.
No, probably not. Yogurt has milk in it, and like milk yogurt is perishable.
Yogurt made from pasteurised milk is safe to eat during pregnancy. The bacteria in yogurt is not the same as that in unpasteurised soft cheese, it is similar to that which is normally present in the gut.