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Do you turn your horses out over the winter to fend for themselves?
Horses that are use to being feed and cared for are not considered wild should never be left to fend for themselves over the cold winter we have here in Canada. What is wrong with people who do this, would you do this to your pet, dog or cat when they have been reared by people and depend on you? Hope not
I could not answer the question as the selection was not appropiate for our care for ponies.
We let them paw in a pasture all winter, feed them daily and provide water daily.
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