Not at all! In fact, horses in the wild will partially live on strawberries and any other berries or fruits they can find because they provide extra fluids in their diets. Strawberries are also a wonderful way for your horse to get the vitamins and antioxidants they need. Other foods that can help provide this are blackberries, raisins, bananas, blueberries, raspberries, and apples. And don’t forget the veggies, too!
But, of course, remember that the strawberries you may be getting your horsey from the grocery store are a bit different than the ones they may eat in the wild. Your horse will appreciate you washing the fruit first to ensure there are no bacteria, pesticides, or pesky pests present. Preparation for this specific fruit is easy â€“ just take off the green tops and they’re ready to go. And remember that if this is a food your horse has never had before, it is best to initially give it to them in small amounts â€“ just to make sure they both get along.