Problems for Horse Owners Caused by This Summer's Wet Weather

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From Penn State University's Dairy & Animal Science News

The wet weather this summer has not only increased the price of quality hay, but creates the right conditions for increased mold, fungi and mycotoxins in hay and grains. The cool, wet growing season has delayed the harvest of hay and grains and has also set up the right conditions for mold and mycotoxin to be found

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