The Grass is Not Always Greener

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The word "horse" conjures up images of graceful, powerful animals roaming across miles of rolling hills, periodically stopping to graze on lush, green grass. In reality, such scenes are rare; these days, many horses live without grazing at all.

Equine nutritionist and veterinarian Susan Garlinghouse, DVM, MSc, of Wellington, Colo., says the reasons behind the

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