MayberrySaint... I have a question or two for you. I have 2 rescue horses that we got back in April. They are both still really thin. The 20 yr. old Appy gelding is blind and his friend, 23 yr. old QH mare seems otherwise healthy. She is his guide horse. As winter is approaching I'm afraid they will be too thin to survive winter. I'm trying to come up with a feeding plan for them. I just added Soybeans to their daily diet and I'm hoping you can give me some ideas of what else I can feed them. I just don't want to just fatten them up but I want to give them the ideal healthy diet. The Standardbred we have was fed (by her former owner) soybeans and beat pulp last winter and when we got her I thought, "That is a really fat horse." She has since lost weight and looks like a normal horse. So.. I guess I should actually ask a question. Do you have any recommendations? Also, while I was at the feed store today I saw Cottonseed hulls. What are those used for? I can find information about feeding it to cattle but not too much on horses or even poultry. Attached are some pix of the 2 horses. Thanks for any info you can provide. Tami This is Sundance. This is Ginger.