Sharing Pastures for Horses

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A reader named Ray in Oregon wrote in with a good idea. I’m not sure how to get it started, but let’s put our heads together and see what we can come up with.

Lots of people are out of work, and lots of horses are needing to be fed. In my last blog post I asked those with hay to share with the less-fortunate.

Now I’m asking folks with pastures sitting idle to share Nature’s bounty.

If you have pasture land that has enough grass to sustain a horse or two (or more), and you aren’t using it to graze or make hay, consider "donating" a month or two for horses (and their owners) that need it

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