Saddle Horse Sights is in need of an editor. Any member, parent or advisor may fill this role. You can solicit articles from members, industry professionals or anyone of interest to the 4-H Saddle Horse community. This can fulfill a member's yearly educational activity requirement. If interested, please contact SHAC.
Being part of a 4-H group has changed me in many ways through many different methods. It made me realize how much fun volunteering can be. The 2015 Christmas Party was by far the most influential. We went to The Lakes in Monclova and built gingerbread houses. Each 4-H member and some parents were assigned one resident to built a gingerbread house with, some of the residents were grumpy and unapproachable, but my gingerbread partner was amazing. Her name was Denise.
Nothing in equine nutrition is simple. When you take a look at your feed tag, it rarely indicates how many calories are in the feed. If you get your hay analyzed, you are left with a list of nutrients and “normal ranges” but with no understanding of what these are.
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