Economy, drought mean desperate times for horse owners

09/24/2012 | Beacon News (Aurora, Ill.), The

After being stretched to their financial limits by the flagging economy, many horse owners have been pushed to the breaking point by the drought, and they are desperate to find homes for their animals. With hay prices nearly triple the usual cost and the horse market flooded, some owners try to give their horses away to rescue organizations that don't have space, while other owners simply abandon their animals, according to Tony Pecho of Illinois Horse Rescue of Will County.

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