This is part 1 of a multipart series of videos talking about what many people call “Food Aggression” in horses. Before we get too far down the road of what it is, let’s make sure we understand how horses work biologically before we get into the behaviors exhibited because of it. First thing to do is figure out how long it takes a horse to fill it’s stomach if given free hay. We know that it takes about 12 to 15 minutes to empty out completely, so with the amount I found today with enough hay to fully fill the stomach and then some, we can get a good guess on how long a horse will have food in it’s stomach if fed the classical regime of 2 flakes in the morning and 2 flakes at night. Let’s go!
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