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    • Cold Winter Bran Mash for Horses

      Cold Winter Bran Mash for Horses


      4 cups sweet feed
      6 cups bran
      1 cup molasses
      Hot water

      Mix sweet feed & Bran. Add hot water until it is the consistency of ground beef. Add molasses, blending well. Let steep for 5 to 10 minutes.


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      1. Hossgal7's Avatar
        OK.. Im new to this and not sure just how it works but I have a warm mash recipe that even finicky horses will go GA-GA over... It is a bit more involved but sooooo worth it! My equines usually get this on Thanksgiving and/or Christmas morning...

        8 to 10 C Bran
        2 grated carrots
        2 grated apples (I run both thru a food processor)
        4 Tbsp salt
        2 C Molasses
        1 C brown sugar
        1 Gallon hot water

        mix all and let steep for 5 to 10 minutes or until cool enough to feed; serve while its still warm.

        At Christmas I add Starlight mints or crushed candy canes. This makes enough for 2 large horses...

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