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Can Horses Eat Carrot Tops?

Discussion in 'Horse Chat' started by UnDun*, Jul 21, 2005.

  1. UnDun*

    UnDun* Senior Member+

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    probably the stupidest question ever, but i'd like to confirm before i feed my horse any carrot 'greens'.

    Thanks!!!
     
  2. ItsAThought

    ItsAThought Senior Member+

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    Yah, they love them!!!!!!
     
  3. Zoomarsgirl

    Zoomarsgirl Senior Member+

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    Hm, good question!
     
  4. Bella

    Bella Senior Member+

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    Yup, and they love them. :D In fact, I just fed my horses some tonight. It's quite the treat. ;)


    -Bella :running:
     
  5. riding_reaper

    riding_reaper Senior Member+

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    It wont hurt them. I would feed them to my horse if she liked carrots. lol
     
  6. Xiphias

    Xiphias Senior Member+

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    I always have, I grow them in the garden just for my mare, when she sees me in the garden she expects to get a carrot, lettus or some corn stalks,, she loves them..cathy
     
  7. SpiritSaddle

    SpiritSaddle Senior Member

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    Yep yep! I feed it to my horses!
     
  8. naughtygirl

    naughtygirl Senior Member+

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    hmm cant say iv ever tried it. Mum buys carrots without the tops on them...
     
  9. cassidy

    cassidy Senior Member+

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    lol i wouldnt say that my horses are fussy an tend not to like that bit lol ;)
     
  10. SunBun

    SunBun Senior Member

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    Yep, it's fine, and probably a good source of nutrients too
     

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