How Much Land Does a Pony Need?

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A pony needs at least 2 acres of grazing land and an additional acre for each extra horse. The land should be fenced though barbed wire is not recommended because it is too thin for ponies to see it and could be dangerous. The lesser the land, the harder it is to provide grazing for the horse all year round.
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Is this a real question? What is this supposed to mean, I mean, how do you want these people to answer this question. What is it for? Or is it a stupid question like I said?
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i love them they are great companions! about 1 acre of land at the most unless your gonna feed hay then you don't even need that much. but its nice to have room for it to graze and
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The general rule to follow is an acre of land per horse. Though, the more land, the merrier. Also, even though you are thinking of a little guy, I would still follow this rule as
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