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How do you bury a horse?

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OMG!!! No offense but this one is a challenger! LOL Most horses are not buried but cremated! Otherwise, it's a deep whole 10 foot wide 15 foot long and 6 feet deep? LOL

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go to the horse graveyard...

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Like anything else. With $. You probably need a backhoe to dig deep enough unless your good with a shovel. Call animal control. They could give you advise.

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I had a friend bury her horse on her property. It took a back hoe and a lot of muscle.

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big casket. large shovel. big and deep hole

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You make the hole deep and wide enough so the horse fits.

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Well if the horse isnot dead yet you can contact a wild life sanctuary and they provide a vet to put thehorse down without drugs. Here they shoot it on thehead but it's not a bullet. They transport the horse carcass to the sanctuary and deal with it there.
A horse will feed a lot of animals for a good while.
We did this with a real old dear mare and made all the arrangements ahead of time so when she could not get up recalled them.

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Make sure you dig a hole big and deep enough !

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well its acctually illegal in some states but when my horse died my dad rented a back hoe and dug a hole in the ground for him:(

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A number of ways, transport the carcass to the state lab for a necropsy and they will dispose of it. If you have enough land, use a backhoe to dig the hole. Call a place that specializes in horse disposal or in many state you can haul it to the landfill

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