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Cold Weather upon us

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karenhorses's picture
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With the cold weather and winter really upon us, what precautions are people taking to ensure that their horses fair well through the winter?

My horses are stabled at night, out in paddocks during the day. I have added water buckets to their stalls in addition to the auto-waterers to help make sure they drink enough. I fill the buckets with warm water to make it more appealing to drink and I will sometimes pour a bit of apple juice in the buckets as well. They seem to really like it.

Anyone else have any winter remedies?

princess01's picture
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Strange weather today,

Strange weather today, sometimes cold and then hot. Cannot make it's mind up.

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