All recent (and that not very recent too!) researches tell us that it should be ad libitum, people's must read a little more! Fiber restriction is one of the major welfare troubles for horses
For every ‘grazer’ (i dont know if its a correct word in englisch, its an animal that eats plants) it is best to be able to have unlimited roughave, but i think it depends on the nutrition value of your hay. Also pony’s tend to eat more than they should ;) I do know for a fact its very important for horses to be able to eat all trough the day, thats what there system is build for! Hope this helps :)
I give my horse around 12 kg everyday👌🏻But it depends on how big the horse or pony is and how much training your horse is in!(:
Half a bale per horse per day
Also, to ensure that your horse is 100% getting the proper amount of hay, it is smart to weigh the hay. Weighing the hay is much more acurate than measuring by flakes. This is because flakes are often compressed differently and are sometimes different sizes.
You should feed your horse about 2-3 times a day
Ok thank you for your suggestions !
depends on the horses nutritional needs and the amount of forage/grain they get. contact a vet
Roughage (hay and grass) should make up at least 70% of your horses diet, and they should be eating about 2% of their body weight a day. For a stabled horse who doesn't graze, about a bale or so a day is average, but it really depends on the weight, and what concentrates they get on the side.