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Slow Feeding Horses on Paddock Paradise Tracks
Welcome! This is our 'grass-roots' wiki inspired by Jamie Jackson's book Paddock Paradise. We are exploring all the benefits of keeping horses on turnout tracks. Join us to share your Paddock Paradise success stories or to get support from like-minded horse owners.
in the Discussion Forum, we share what's working for us, and we collaborate on ways to improve natural horse keeping. We're all about barefoot horse lifestyle. Topics are arranged in outline form in the left-hand column.
Check out the pages showcasing various slow feeders. Why slow feeders? No more wasted hay, and the horses are happier using their natural foraging skills. They help our horses emulate the free-choice, yet limited grazing pattern of horses in the wild. There are many choices to buy or build.
Be sure to look at the "Paddock Paradise" pages for photos and videos of turnouts designed to encourage horses to keep moving along by themselves without feeling fenced in.
Enjoy the Paddock Paradise blogs linked from the top of the Blogs and Websites page. If you have a site that isn't linked yet, please add it! Blogs and Websites also lists several sources for slow feeders and other fascinating ideas.
Everybody loves photos -- add some to your own album in the "Photo Gallery" and then use them on other pages. Click the "join this site" button to get started!
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