Starved and neglected horses ate feces and tree bark

11/3/2011 | Thomasville Times Enterprise (Ga.)

Forty-one horses at a Georgia farm were so neglected that officials say the animals likely ate feces, the tails of other horses, dirt and tree bark to stay alive. "Until owners show ability to take care of them," said Sheriff Carlton Powell, "it's a really bad situation."

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