What did they feed horses when they wouldn't eat latkes?
Horses were not fed latkes, unless there was nothing else for them to eat.
Horses were fed oats when they would not eat latkes.
Horses were not fed Latkes, and if they were it was likely in an emergency situation where there was no other food.
I belive the answer to you question is HAY
Horses are not fed Latkes as they are bad for them. Horses should eat hay or grass as the majority of their diet and possibly a concentrated horse pellet if they work hard. You can give many fruits and vegetables as treats.
In the story, The Horse that Wouldn't Eat Latkes, they ended up feeding the horse oats. The traveler who owned the horse ended up eating the latkes.
Yes, horses can eat sweet feed so long as it is made specifically for horses. Never feed a horse anything made for another species such as cattle. Sweet feed can be high in sugars so it is recommended to only feed small amounts to horses that need it, such as those in work.
Yes, onions will not hurt horses. NO! Horses cannot eat onions- they are on the "foods not to feed horses" list.
Don't feed horses rotten apples
Horses in Minecraft eat hay. This can be made using wheat. You can also feed them apples.
Horses can eat beetroot leaves. Some horses are picky and will not eat them. They are high in water so you have to feed them quite a bit for them to get any nutrition.
pinto horses eat hay. dry feed, bran, oats, grass, barley, and hay.
No. Jews eat more than just latkes. There are other ritual foods like sufganyot (jelly-filled donuts) and there are normal foods that people eat because latkes are not terribly nutritious alone.
Milo can be fed to horses, but it is a heavier feed and hard for them to chew. It should be cracked before feeding and mixed in with a bulkier feed. it should also be noted that some horses will not like the taste and refuse to eat it.
A sheep can eat horses feed on a small scale. If it is all the sheep has to it, it is fine. However, they should not eat horse feed on a regular basis.
Feed them alfalfa
Miniature horses eat what regular horses eat grass horse feed etc. Just smaller amounts. Goats will eat plants weeds and grass.
bald eagles wouldnt usually eat crickets but they would probably eat something like rabbits snakes or foxes .etc Bald eagles primarily feed on fish and waterfowl, but will feed on carrion.
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).
Horses love to eat grass and plant foods. What they eat are known as legumes. Their owners usually feed them with hay. Carrots are also given to horses as a treat.
Yes. Both the rind and the pulp are safe for horses to eat.
grass and hay -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Horses in the wild will eat grass with the dominant mare leading the herd to new grazing areas. Horses that are owned by people eat a variety of feeds, but these feeds can be broken up into three sections: >Concentrate feed >Hard feed >Bulk feed
they eat grass growing in the rocks.
Yes horses can and should eat off the ground. It's the most natural way for them to eat. However they can ingest parasites and sand this way along with wasting feed. So it's recommended to place the feed in a feed tub or on a rubber stall mat.
The same thing as other horses. Hay, grain, horse feed, etc.
What do horses eat that live in the middle of the desert in sadi Arabia
Horses eat lots of things like: grass, hay, haylage, fruit & veg normally carots and apples. You also feed your horse horse feed but you have to choose the right one to suit your horses size, weight and how much they work.
normal horse food. u could give them hay,oats,pasture feed,sweet feed,for older horses senior feed, and hay cubes if necessary.
If they live in a field they eat grass. If they don't eat grass, Humans feed them.
I have grown up around horses and it is the understanding of myself and people i work with that horses can not eat meat as they can not digest it. It is dangerous to feed a horse meat in any volume apparantly I have grown up around horses and it is the understanding of myself and people i work with that horses can not eat meat as they can not digest it. It is dangerous… Read More
Horses can eat carpet grass as they will eat the seed heads, but it is low protein and not very nutritious, so you may have to supplement it with hay or a pelleted feed.
Many Jews eat latkes and sofganiot.
Horses can eat the strawberry itself, it is recommended to not feed the green parts of the plant just to be safe. Horses tend to have a sweet tooth and enjoy fruits and berries as treats.
Yes, but only in moderation. Horses cannot eat rolled oats like cattle do in the feedlot; it is best to feed horses this only about 1 lb per day.
its not very good to feed horses popcorn incase it gets stuck in there teeth because they cant get it out.
Many horses love peppermints. Just make sure not to feed them too many.
about 50 pounds of wheat.
Usually a high protein, high energy feed like sweet feed.
Depends on what kind of feed you feed them. If it's just hay and grain, no. Moldy, dusty hay isn't good for horses, but it won't kill them, it'll just make them a bit sick.
what! horses graze on grass, thay eat horse feed, fruit and veg, and hay. they do not eat meat, tree bark, or candy...
Yes, horses can eat bananas. It is a great little treat to give them. Just make sure they don't choke on the peel. DO NOT FEED THEM ALOT OF THEM THOUGH.
Yes, they can eat Melons, we have fed them to our horses, and as for the berries, I wouldn't feed every berry in sight to my horse. You should wait for another answer about the berries.
they basically eat it all day. they eat close to a whole stack of hay a day. if you feed them feed along with it they will eat about a quarter to half a stack a day. including them eating grass.
yes, but it is not the hay you feed domestic horses. it is just more like dried wild grasses.
Yes. Many horse owners feed their horses apples, as it helps keep their teeth clean.
No. Latkes are a European creation that came more than a thousand years after the Jews were expelled from Israel by the Romans.
Horses mainly eat forage foods, such as hay, haylage or grass. Horses doing heavy work, elderly, sick horses or injured horses may need to be fed horse feed(eg.oats, sugar beet, pony nuts etc..) to help gain and keep condition. Amounts that should be fed vary depending on the size, weight and workload of the horse. Always consult a vet or the back of the bag of feed to find out how much to feed your… Read More
Put it in a bowl and hold it in a horses reach and it will eat.
Apples, Various Veggies, Horse Feed, and Carrots. :)
So they dont die. Why do you eat every day?