How Much Hay Does a Horse Eat?

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A horse eats between 2-3.5% of its body weight each day in hay. They eat about 20 to 35 pounds of hay each day. Less active horses can eat about 15 pounds per day to get by. You can find more information here: http://www.horsebarn.com/content/horse-care/how-much-horse-eat-daily
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