Shiny Coat Mash
Boil: for no less than three (3) Hours.
Mix sufficient bran to bring to proper consistency. Cover.
If off feed, add a little salt and 1/2 pint molasses.
Hot Mash for Horses
- 2 to 3 qts. Dry bran (large flat)
- 1c. molasses
- 2T. Salt
- Boiling Water
Stir together bran and salt; drizzle molasses on top.
Add boiling water and stir until thoroughly damp.
Cover with burlap bag and steam.
Steamed grain is easier to digest and is a great weekly treat for our equine friends.
- 2 Carrots, chopped
- 2 Apples, chopped
- 3T. molasses
- 1c. bran
Add hot water to bran to consistency of cooked cereal.
Add carrots, apples and molasses.
Horse Carrot Cake
- 6c. sweet feed
- 4c. bran
- 2c. chopped carrots, or apples
- 1 1/4c. water
- 1c. molasses
Mix ingredients and press the batter into 2 cake pans or 1 tube pan.
Bake at 350 (degrees F.) for 30 to 40 minutes fro the cake pans and 1 hour for the tube pan.
Serve at room temperature and garnish with carrot (or apple) slices.
- 1 1/4 cups rolled oats
- 1 1/4 cups dry oats
- 1/2 cup flax seed
- 1 cup molasses
- 1/2 cup flour
- 1 Mashed apple
Turn on the oven and preheat it to 350 degrees.
Mix together oats, seed and flour in a large bowl.
Remove the core from the apple and chop it into small pieces.
Put the apple pieces through a blender until they're mashed.
Stir the mashed apple through the flour mix and then stir through the molasses. If the mix is a little gooey, add a little bit more flour. You should end up with a sticky dough that you can shape fairly easily.
Use a teaspoon to scoop up enough dough to make a small ball. Put the dough balls onto a cookie sheet and flatten them down with the back of the spoon so that they make little patties.
Bake the treats really well for around 30-40 minutes so they are crunchy. Keep a check on them so as they do not burn.