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Why do horses chew on wood?

Topics: AnimalsHorsesLivestock, Mammals, Wood, Chemistry

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Harriet Alexander

Horses chew on wood (cribbing) for several reasons; the two most common are boredom and nutrient/mineral deficiency. Hang a toy!

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