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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May. 23, 2002
    Mass./Southern California

    Default Looking for really soft T/A or T, New York area

    Anyone have hay that is soft - soft enough for an aged (but healthy) horse that has chewing problems due to missing molars? I'm running out of what I have now and my source has no more.

    She quids (wads up) her hay and it falls out, but she CAN get by on really nice soft hay. She grew up on Timothy-alfalfa mix, so there's ALSO the problem of her turning up her nose at hay that is less flavorful (i.e. bermuda). She's getting some dengie but I prefer also giving her some hay too so she has something to do when she's inside her stall.

    I can't buy a truckload (my barn won't allow that much for my one horse).
    "I have never let my schooling interfere with my education." - Mark Twain

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar. 5, 2006
    New York

    Default Hay in NY

    I am at 13773. I have orchard grass/field hay, finer stuff I paid $3.50/ bale for. If you are interested, please email me privately.

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