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From stern to stern, a horse's digestive tract is uniquely adapted to eating on the go. Most notably, horses' stomachs are quite small whereas their large intestines (colon)are voluminous and are the main side of fermentation-the process of breaking down "structural carbohydrates" in the diet such as cellulose.

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