They eat in the wild is hay, leftover food found on the ground
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In the wild horses will graze up to 20 hours a day.
Of corse not!! Wild mustangs are only found in the United States. Althouth wild mustangs came from Canada the Government moved them all to America because the mustangs were eating all the food that was grown.
Wild mustangs? Well, there might be some in Colorado? But there are not really many left.
it all depends if it is wild or not. if the mustang is wild it relies on bushes, wild grass, and trees. if the mustang is not wild alfalfa, hay, or oats. :)
their wild and active
We can make reservations for the mustangs or make it against the law to kill the mustangs.
In the wild, Mustangs eat grasses and other plants. When domesticated, they eat hay, grass, and sometimes grain or supplements.
most mustangs are not domesticated but some may be.
They need to have a stallion to lead the heard of mustangs .
No, Mustangs are just wild horses.
NO. Mustangs, like most horses, do NOT eat meat, but rather eat GRASS.
wild mustangs graze grass, wheat, etc. Also in the winter they eat tree bark and get water by eating snow
Since now that mustangs are a breed unto themselves, all wild mustangs are the same breed.
Many countries have wild mustangs. The United States has them in much of the west, like Nevada. Australia also have wild mustanags. They call them brumbies.
21 HH ;)
In the American Northwest
Yes. They are wild horses. There are different types of mustangs though-ex: Spanish Barb mustangs are of Andalusian and Lusitano decent
Mustangs like to eat Grass and some non poisonous weeds.
NO, In the early days prior to 1965 all mustangs were wild and lived mostly in the southwest US. Originally from Europe, the mustangs were a product of wild horses interbreeding with Asian horses.