How Much Does a Horse Eat?

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It is said the a horse can eat 2 to 3 1/2 percent of its own body weight in food in a days time. In their diet they do need grass or hay which in the winter months grass is not as plentiful as hay. You can find more information here: http://www.horsebarn.com/content/horse-care/how-much-horse-eat-daily
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Wondering what horses eat? A horse needs to eat two to three percent of its body weight every day to maintain its current weight. If you have an active or a growing horse, it will
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Horses can take care of their own diet most of the time. They roam around in open spaces, the larger the better, munching on fresh blades of grass. But depending on where you live
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Any meat eating animal presented with horse meat would eat it. Embed Quote
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Well most animals will not eat a live horse, but on the other hand though. Most of your large cats will attemp to attack a horse but to take it down is another story. I live in TN
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