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Icelandic horse food in winter
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in winter

In winter the Icelandic horses eat hay, straw and silage.
Fresh fir branches are welcome for a change; they even eat the bark of big branches.
After they eat the fir branches, the ponies smell of fir very well.
A storm blew down an apple tree.
The geldings picked at the tree like beavers (beaver-ponies!).

the Icelandic horsefarm Ásgard