The video starts with scenes from the dream life! A beautiful, lush mountainside surrounds a ranch, and two adorable kids take their pet horse for a walk. It’s hard to beat such a peaceful atmosphere.
Girls can be seen running up and down the side of the dirt road, fetching grass and hay for their hoofed friends. Although horses eat a lot, when they eat too much, they get something called “hay belly.”
The term “hay tripe” refers to gas in a horse’s stomach caused by low-quality or low-protein feed with no added grain. As a result, the horse’s belly becomes bloated from the increased feed, and its muscle mass decreases from the lack of protein.
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Don’t worry—this black-and-white spotted stallion has no digestive issues. We soon saw a second horse. This one has nothing but a gorgeous, shiny brown coat, keeping an easy pace between the kids and their mother.
Even with the girls running around, the horse still seemed at ease. Horses are easily frightened and retaliate. Apparently, the beloved pet has spent a lot of time with his human companions and is comfortable amidst the hustle and bustle.
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The horses need to deflate as they continue their leisurely stroll across the picturesque grounds. As soon as he let the wind go, he and the children were terrified, and they all ran away! You can only start to imagine how rough a horse’s fart is!
While it’s normal for all animals to fart, something in their diet can increase these silly bleeps. Large meals that are high in carbohydrates or sugar may cause gas because the small intestine may not be able to absorb all the gas.
The excess enters the hindgut where it is quickly fermented by bacteria there, producing gas. Consuming lots of spring grass can also help with this. Surprisingly, similar to feces, sycophants don’t smell as bad as other animals – thanks to their diet consisting mostly of hay.
The video clip of this hilarious instance was accompanied by a plethora of equally divisive comments. One person wrote, “This is my last video before bed at night. I laughed so hard I woke up! ”
Others shared quite a bit of comparison by stating, “That fart was like a firecracker.” Either way, this video is sure to put a smile on your face!
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