Michigan Equine Survey Reports 20% Population Increase

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Michigan's equine population has climbed nearly 20% since 1996, according to the preliminary results of a new study conducted by investigators from Michigan State University (MSU), the Michigan Horse Council, and the National Agricultural Statistics Service.

The Michigan Equine Survey--the first comprehensive study of the state's horses, donkeys, and mules to be completed in more than a

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