Horses, as you know, herbivorous animals, theoretically they had the whole day to eat the grass – a coarse plant food
They chew, making circular movements of the lower jaw. The front teeth cut the grass, and the back teeth chew the food, creating a food lump, which is then sent to the esophagus.
The horse has the following teeth system:
– incisors – front teeth, 6 on the upper and lower jaws; the average pair of incisors is called hooks; next to them are medium incisors, after which the edges are located. Continue reading