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Why is hay important for horses? High-quality hay can provide most of the nutrients needed for a mature horse. The hay should be cut early and be leafy, green, and free of mold, dust, and foreign matter, such as weeds and stubble. Horses readily consume good hay, which is rich in energy, protein, minerals, and vitamins. What happens if a horse has no hay? Horses can generally go without hay for a few hours, but it’s important for them to have access to hay or forage throughout the day to maintain their digestive health. If a horse is unable to access hay for an extended period of time, it can lead to digestive issues and other health problems.

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