Water is important!

Water has a role in moving digestion through the intestine. Lack of fresh, unfrozen water is the number one cause of colic during the winter due to intestinal impaction. One of the worst disasters is if the horse does not have access to water. If a horse cannot drink or the water is frozen, the horse becomes dehydrated.
The average horse needs 5-10 gallons of water a day! That is 40-80 gallons of water a day the horses at LB Ranch need! Fortunately during the freezing, the crew has been making sure the horses have plenty of hay and water!

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