How lazy is that? :ugly:
That's the the going rate around here. She doesn't stay the night she just drops in and feeds. I've asked on my Michigan horse board and ironically when I origially hired her this summer she only WANTED $10 a feed...I told her I wanted to pay her $15 a feed as that is what I've paid others. To feed horses for a weekend is over $60.Wendy said:I might be way off on this one Jules, but $15 isn't much in this day's economy, even if it is just for 30 mins. Five horses are a huge responsibility especially forking hay. Not for nothing but you get what you pay for in my oh so humble opinion.
We have more than 2 but most only get a handful of grain. Do you feed outside? Where are youl located?rayluckgoo said:I pay $20/feeding for two horses. It takes about 30 minutes but some of that time is waiting for the TB to finish. It's a little more than the going rate but I get to keep my horsesitter because of it.