Grass length and grazing muzzles: Why horses get hacked off
Research into the use of grazing muzzles to help with equine weight management has revealed that longer grass can be more difficult to graze, causing frustration-related behavior in some horses and ponies. Grazing muzzles have been shown to reduce the pasture intake of ponies by about 80 percent by significantly reducing bite size and intake. New research on grazing muzzles using four mature ponies was conducted by the Waltham Equine Studies Group.
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