On average, a healthy horse can travel anywhere from 25 to 35 miles a day. This distance needs to be at a slower pace and with breaks for…

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Can horses eat peanut butter? … Just because they love peanut butter it doesn’t mean that they can safely eat it and while there is some disagreement about…

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Use the cleanest possible sources of bedding. Use rubber mats in stalls under bedding. Don’t blow or sweep in the barn when horses are present. Feed hay at…

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The most expensive stallion is Galileo, his stud fee is unknown but is speculated to be $700,000. The highest-earning stud in the United States is Tapit. He earns…

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should eat approximately 16 pounds of alfalfa cubes per day. Horses are individuals, and their diet should be adjusted based on their fitness level and body condition. If…

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Skeleton horses don’t despawn, they’re considered ‘friendly’ mobs like regular horses. Do tamed skeleton horses Despawn? The original horse is tamed when struck, and the additional three horses…

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And even then, eating horseshoe crab comes with a risk. “There have been numerous cases of poisoning after eating Horseshoe Crab eggs and several deaths in Thailand and…

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Foal should stand and nurse within two hours of birth. If the foal has not nursed within 3 hours, call your veterinarian. The foal may be weak and…

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Horseshoe crabs lay huge numbers of eggs. In a single nest, there can be up to 4,000 eggs, and each female will make more than one nest. In…

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