'Natural Feeding for Horses' is a feeding system based on scientific research and the natural needs of horses. Over millions of years of evolution, adaptations have led horses to their current lifestyle. As a result of these adaptations, horses have requirements that need to be met by their environment: physical requirements, but also psychological requirements. If these requirements are not met, horses can develop behavioural and/or physical problems.
Natural Feeding for Horses reasons from horses' natural way of living: grazing head-down, roaming the fields and living in a herd. As a result, Natural Feeding is about more than just meeting nutritional requirements and what to feed - it also includes how to feed.
A small step for man, a big step in improving horse health: make two dietary changes and feed more in line with a horse's natural situation. Read more
Benefits of Natural Feeding include supporting physical, digestive and emotional health, a custom yet simple feeding plan, and low feeding costs. Read more
Natural Feeding is about more than just meeting nutritional requirements: it considers digestive, physical and mental health of horses. Read more
This page lists differences between a horse's natural environment and conventional feeding practice, plus common health problems associated with the latter. Read more