1 acre per horse at the least, but it depends on the size of the horse.
How many acres do you need to own a horse in Raisinville Township, Monroe Michigan
The law is about 1-2 acres per horse.
You don't have to have any 'acres'. You just have to be able to afford it.
The average horse needs about 1 acre of land...
You need one acre or less
you need l acre or a half an acre
I've heard you need atleast an acre and a half per horse.
It is recommended that you have two acres per horse, but more is optimal. With more land you can let your horses roam freely.
I would recommend getting two acres for a horse. It has been said that a horse needs at least an acre but two acres is great. If you are getting more than one horse: 1 horse - 1-2 acres 2 horses - 4-5 acres 3 horses - 7-8 acres and so on. Hope this helps!
It all depends on how many horses you have. You need one acre per horse for forage. So, say you have 6 horses, you need 6 acres.
Horses generally need at least one acre each.