Stable Air Quality a Breath of Fresh ... Endotoxin?

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If you think you are pampering and protecting your horse in his cushy, comfortable stall instead of turning him out on pasture, think again. Michigan State University researchers have found that stabled horses are exposed to eight times as much endotoxin in the air than their pastured counterparts. The result? These high endotoxin concentrations can play a role in airway

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