A good quality nutritionally balanced feed is not the most expensive to buy. Like buying a car many people go by looks, chrome, interior, and etc. and after they buy it they find out that the motor, transmission, rear end or some other essential part isn't of good quality.
This is a reproduction of an article written by Bud Wrona as it was published for the local Redmond (WA) paper, in a column titled "Off the Hoof," which was created to help educate the community on, mainly, the proper care and feeding of horses. Some of the information might be outdated (unfortunately, we don't have the original publish dates) so please leave a comment if you happen to notice something that is.