During the colder months the Wilderwood horses have a warm mash to eat each morning and evening, along with their hay.
These feeds also contain various dietary supplements, some related to Cushing’s and a prior history of malnutrition (Ode) and some to PSSM-2 (everyone else). Ode’s mash in particular (in the purple bucket) smells SOOO good! — we think it’s the warm oats.
They also have calming music to listen to as they eat in their stalls, streamed through Pandora. This morning it was Enya.