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I got a call from the Humane Society to see about taking 2 emaciated horses. I didn't know how bad it would be. Romeo, the gelding, was thin, but Juliet, was in one of the worst conditions that I had seen.
We took them both back to the farm. The next day, Juliet laid down and we didn't think she had the strength to get back up. But she did. And she thrived on the special horse feed we fed. Her and Romeo began to look amazing and were turned out to pasture. They both lived their retirement years out here at the farm.
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