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Friday, December 11, 2009

Horses Belong in a Pasture!

Posted on Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 4:02 PM

While I don't know much about horses, I do know that horses are grazing animals and that I see them in pastures a lot. What I am not used to seeing is horses having to stand/run/live in a very tiny area that is essentially a big mud hole, with NO grass available for eating. These horses continuously eat wooden fence posts. Is that because something is missing from their diets/lifestyles, say, perhaps, the need to graze? Why are they forced to live in a mud pit? Everyday I walk by these horses and everyday I am sad by these SEEMINGLY improper living conditions. I say seemingly because I may be wrong in my bitch. Does this cause concern for anyone else? Am I way off here? Please educate me if this is a perfectly healthy and happy way for horses to live. I just want the best interests of the horses represented, not the club members/riders who live in the city and for some reason need horses available right downtown.
---NSTulip

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