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Would you like to own a horse farm? Start by taking care of one horse and spend your time working here to earn money and try to expand your farm! These beautiful horses need to be fed, watered and cared for! Have Fun!
Do you think horses are awesome, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free My Horse Farm flash game online.
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According to Horsetopia.com a horse farm is a place you breed and train horses. Whether they have 1 acre or 100 acres, horse farms all revolve around the barn. If you are thinking of buying a horse farm and renovating the barn, or buying land and building your own, it is a good idea to visit other owners' farms and take notes on what you like and don't like about their barns. Ideally there should be a lot of mature trees on the property for shading in the summer. The ground should slope downhill from the barn; it is much easier to push a cart full of manure downhill than uphill. Some horse farms have an indoor equestrian center and others just an outdoor round pen. Most knowledgeable horse owners also say that you will need an acre and a half of total land per horse for a happy horse on your farm. So, something to think about.
There are plenty of fun horse facts for kids. We found some cool facts at the following websites Rustic Girls, Science Kids, and Fun Facts Organizaion. Did you know that some horses can get sunburned. Pigs and light-colored horses are actually the only two mammals besides humans that can get sunburned. The average horse eats seven times its own weight in food each year. Horses live about thirty years. However, an English barge horse named "Old Billy" was sixty-two years old when he died and is the oldest recorded horse. There are today more than 300 breeds of horses in the world. Out of all earths land animals, the horse has the biggest eyes. Generally, horses have a better memory than elephants, although evidence suggests that elephants have a longer memory span.