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Saddled Up and GrazingMay 23, 1997

Name: Saddled Up and Grazing?

Location: Lemoyne, Nebraska

Horses are steady grazers. They have several stomachs but they are each very small. That is why they must constantly graze. Feeding a horse too much at one time can give them colic which can be dangerous to their health.