Keeping your horse hydrated and healthy during the winter months can be complex. It’s hard to leave water out for your horse to drink when temperatures are dipping below freezing. At Bar Bar A Horsedrinker, we have found the solution to keep your horse hydrated.
Your horse should be drinking a milliliter per pound per hour. For an average sized horse that amounts to about 6-10 gallons per day. During the winter months, your horse will most likely eat more to create more heat and energy. Therefore, they’ll need to drink more water. If your horse is not drinking enough on a daily basis, it may cause a slurry within the colon that causes an impaction and cause dehydration. As a horse owner, you may increase salt in their food in order to get them to drink more.
During the Winter, Bar Bar A Horse Drinker will hold and store enough water for your horse to be hydrated, so you never have to worry about the water freezing.
Bar-Bar-A Horse Drinkers work like a frost-free hydrant designed for animals. Pushing on the paddle, the animal receives and
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With the temperature below freezing right now, it is important that your horse or other animals don’t go without water. Call us today! You won’t have to worry about defrosting hoses and making sure your horse has water again!