Traveling along the back roads in Cherry County, NE, I came upon this horse feeder. No horses were in sight, but I needed this picture to explain what a horse feeder looked like.
I had used a horse feeder in an earlier blog about a prairie landscape I shot in northeast Nebraska near Niobrara. The feeder was almost completely overgrown with prairie grass and I had no idea what it was. Later, I learned it was a horse feeder; click here for the prairie landscape.
This photo is certainly no winner, horses would add some interest, but it’s worth a thousand words when trying to describe a horse feeder.
Thought for the Day: Horse sense is the thing a horse has that keeps it from betting on people. W. C. Fields