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Tidbit from Dr. Tania Cubitt - http://performancehorsenutrition.com
Did you know? Foals often eat fresh manure from other horses, a practice known as coprophagia. Some people believe the practice is a means of establishing a bacterial population in the digestive system. Recent research however showed that foals establish a bacterial population without the practice of coprophagy. The researchers suggest bacteria on the mares udder is primarily responsible for the initial bacterial population in the foals digestive tract.
18 February 2017
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“The Internet Horse Auction catalog is now available for bidders to view the horses offered in our two March Internet auctions,” announces Mike Jennings of the Professional Horse Services, LLC management team.