How does a horse eat hay?

Horses eat hay by picking it up witht their lips and pulling into their mouthes. They chew it in a side to side motion, changing direction every few chews to ensure the hay is completely chewed up. Once they have finished chewing they swallow using the muscles in their tounge.
Horses eat hay by picking it up witht their lips and pulling into their mouthes. They chew it in a side to side motion, changing direction every few chews to ensure the hay is completely chewed up. Once they have finished chewing they swallow using the muscles in their tounge.