The Picture of MRLS in One Month...

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The Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation is funding a collaborative look at caterpillars, their frass (excrement), and early fetal loss associated with mare reproductive loss syndrome (MRLS). It is possible that after this experiment--which begins on May 20 and will take 31 days--that researchers and managers will have a positive indicator that caterpillars and/or their frass are associate

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