Hi everyone, You might remember that had a beautiful foal born this spring. His mother has been great with him, and he is growing into an adorable "mini Belguim" still colt. He is not quite 5 months yet, but looking ahead towards weaning, I am wondering what is the best way to feed a young growing colt so that he grows well, without becoming too fat, or having other growth issues? . I have been feeding the Mare, "Mare and foal" feed ever since she foaled at about 2 cups morning and night. He has been eating with her ever since he was a few days old. At first she rubbed her face in the feed and then held her face out for him to lick it off, it was adorable. To wean, I need to stop feeding her, so her milk will dry up, but I also have to remember that she is hopefully back in foal, as of June 8th, so I have to keep her health in mind. Will the colt need grain? What type? how much would you feed? or maybe just good hay. I know that minis get fat easily. I figure I will wean at 6 months, but failing to plan is planning to fail.