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"You never see a broken-win tied horse in Norway,’’ said a horse doctor. "That is because the horses there are allowed to drink while they eat, the same as mankind. Our horses, let them be as thirsty as getout, must eat their dry fodder, their dry hay and oats and corn, with no-" thing to wash them down. But in Norway every horse has a bucket of prater beside his manger, and as he eats he drinks also. Tt is interesting to see how the Norwegian horses relish their water with their meals. Now they sip a little from the bucket, now- they eat a mouthful, then another sip, then another mouthful, just like rational human, beings."

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HORSES IN NORWAY., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 14, 20 July 1907

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HORSES IN NORWAY. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 14, 20 July 1907

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