Teaching Guide – Red HorseSense – What’s For Dinner?

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Use this teaching guide for unmounted lessons that teach your Red Level HorseSense students to teach basic safety rules for feeding horses. 

The most important concept to get across at this Level is that horses have a particular and delicate digestive process, and that anything that upsets this process can have disastrous consequences.

Red Level students should be able to list at least five rules for feeding, with an understanding of the consequences for breaking each rule. If presented with samples of good and bad hay or grain, they should be able to identify what is and is not safe to feed.

Students should also be able to discuss ways of determining quality of hay, grain, and water sources.

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HOW TO TEACH HORSESENSE USING OUR TEACHING GUIDES – IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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This PDF file is formatted for full color desktop printing on standard 8.5 x 11” copy paper.

4 pages

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