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They eat mainly grass. Shetland is mainly grass and heather, but as the ponies can be greedy, they may eat young springs off bushes and any crops planted by farmers.

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In the Shetland Islands! That is where Shetland Ponies come from.

Shetland pnoies eat the same food that other ponies eat. Like hay, grain, and grass.

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Yes - if they did not there would be no more Shetland ponies.

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Hi, I live in England and have a shetland pony and to be honest with you there is no reason why shetland ponies couldn't live in New Zealand

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Altough not large, a Shetland can pull a cart.

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wild ponies are called... WILD PONIES-Dah!

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