Owner of Texas Boarding Stable Suspects Intentional Poisoning of 27 Horses

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The owner of Carousel Acres, the College Station, Texas, boarding facility where 27 horses died the week of July 16, says he now believes the horses were poisoned intentionally, according to The Eagle Land and Livestock Post.

The horses died after ingesting aluminum phosphine, the toxin used in a pesticide fumigant the farm owner had applied to the feed. Farm owner Bradley Raphel

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