Saying Goodbye


Clara and her trusty gelding, Roscoe, on his first day in the Kerns’ herd.

After a horse swallows hay, it passes from the stomach through 10 feet of small intestine before fermenting in their large bowel.  From there, 12 feet of small colon refines the digestive residue before spewing gas into the air and apples onto the pasture.  Trapping



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