Southeastern Drought Affecting Feed Prices, Horse Sales

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Some horse owners are looking toward a dire winter as hay prices soar, and rescue workers worry about animal neglect and abandonment in the coming months.

Both groups blame the drought, which wiped out hay crops across the South and affected pasture land that horses would normally graze through November.

"I'm just trying to hold out and maybe make it through this year," said Jerry

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