Longtime readers of this blog know that I’m a firm advocate in the slow feeding process when it comes to my horses, and Mitch in particular. It’s a journey that began waaaaay back in 2010 and continues to this day. Because self-care has offered me a lot of flexibility in the type of hay I feed, and allows me to properly weigh my hay instead of feeding just “X number of flakes”, I’ve really made the need for extending the hay availability to my horses into a driving force in my care of them.
Mitch might not be much of an internet influencer, but maybe that’s only because his ‘career’ hasn’t really taken off, so to speak. We haven’t quite figured out the concept of product reviews per se, since neither he nor I (but mainly me) have any particular preference towards pushing a particular product. There are things we like (Myler bit junkie here) although being a tackaholic, my gear is mainly a mish-mash of different companies and brands (three different saddle makers after all, to say nothing of all our different branded bridles) that I find it a bit difficult to prefer one product over another. I like them all! (Or most of them, anyway)