Do horses eat vegan?

What are horses not allowed to eat?

Here are some “people” foods you should avoid feeding your horse:

  • Caffeine: Coffee, tea and cola contain the stimulant caffeine (trimethylxanthine) which can cause an irregular heart rhythm.
  • Chocolate: …
  • Garlic and onions: …
  • Tomatoes: …
  • Fruit seeds and pits: …
  • Dog and cat kibble: …
  • Potatoes: …
  • House plants:

What are poisonous to horses?

Weeds: Onions/garlic, ground ivy, milkweed, bracken fern, cocklebur, horsetail, white snakeroot, St. Johns wort, star-of-Bethlehem, sorghum/sudangrass, yellow sweet clover, blue-green algae, bouncing bet, larkspur, mayapple, skunk cabbage. Trees: Black locust, oak (green acorns), horse chestnut, boxwood, holly.

What is horses favorite food?

Apples and carrots are traditional favorites. You can safely offer your horse raisins, grapes, bananas, strawberries, cantaloupe or other melons, celery, pumpkin, and snow peas. Most horses will chew these treats before swallowing, but horses that gulp large pieces of a fruit or vegetable have a risk of choking.

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