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Back in the days when horses pulled the plows and harvesting machines across agricultural America, it was not uncommon to see a team of horses trudging over a field with a young foal trailing behind one of the mares. Many farmers could not afford the luxury of allowing a broodmare to take a four- or six-month break from work just because she had given birth. She could have a week or 10 days

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