when you buy a hay bale, give the horse 4 flakes per day. i don't know that 2.2 lbs of hay per 100 lbs of body weight though... that would mean it gets 1980 lbs of hay a day and that is definitely wrong!
If a horse needs 2.2 pounds of hay per 100 pounds of body weight, and you need to find a 900 pound horse's amount of hay, you have to multiply 2.2 by nine. The answer of 2.2 x 9 is 19.8 pounds of hay.
100 lbs/ 2.2 lbs = 45.454545... 900/x= 45.454545... 900/45.454545... =19.8 lbs of hay
A horse should eat between 1.5% and up to 3% of it's own body weight a day in food, so there is no real average number.
19.8 on howrse
the answer is 19.8
No a pound is a standard measurement no matter what is being weighed.
The number of ounces a horse weighs depends on how many pounds it weighs. Remember one pound is 16 ounces. Equines can weigh anything from 250 pounds for a Miniature horse up to 3000 pounds for a Brabant. That means a horse could weigh in at 4,000 to 48,000 ounces depending on breed.
A 1200 pound horse could eat anywhere between 4,380 pounds to 13,140 pounds of food if you follow the correct method of feeding a horse between 1% and 3% of it's own body weight in feed everyday.
A horses head averages to be 2-6 ponds large depending on actual size of horse.
2-150 lbs, after that it is considered a small horse.
19.8 pounds of hay
You multiply 2.2 by 9 to get 19.8lbs, or about 20lbs.
It would be 2.2 x 9, so the answer would be 19.8 pounds of hay per day!
A 1,025 pound horse should be able to carry a 268 pound person with little problem.
If a horse needs 2.2lbs of hay per 100lbs of body weight per day, a 900lb horse needs 19.8lbs of hay per day. 2.2 times the value of (900 divided by 100)=19.8 900 divided by 100 is equal to 9 2.2 times 9 is equal to 19.8
howrse: 19.8 poundsIt depends on how much work the horse is doing and how much other food its getting.
this depends on how much the horse weighs and what kind of work it's doing. A horse needs 1.5% to3.0% of it's body weight in food daily. That would be roughly 15 to 30 pounds of food for a 1,000 pound horse.
21.85 pounds, not counting the space suit she needs there
for howrse ... 19.8 Answer 2: Horses require anywhere from 1% to3% of their body-weight in feed a day. Going by a strict number such as 2.2 pounds of hay per 100 pounds of body-weight can cause problems if the horse is an easy or hard keeper as it may be too much or too little. However at 2.2 pounds per 100 pounds of body-weight for a 900 pound horse that would equal out to 19.8 pounds of hay a day. ( 2.2 x9=19.8).
Well this would depend on the horses weight. A horse should be fed 1 % up to 3% of it's body weight. Since a Belgian typically weighs between 1800 and 2200 pounds that means the horse could be fed anything from 18 pounds to 66 pounds of feed. With a draft horse it's best to try and start at about 2.5% of the body weight in feed and then adjust up or down from there as needed.
A overweight horse would eat about 20 pounds a day. A normal horse would eat 13 to 17 pounds a day. A under weight horse eat 5 to10 pounds a day.