Auburn Researchers Need More Horses for Cushing's Study

Researchers at Auburn University still need horses to participate in a study that will examine the use of chasteberry (vitex agnus castus) supplements in horses with Cushing's disease.

Chasteberry supplements are often used to treat Cushinoid horses in Europe, although little controlled research on its effects on the illness has been conducted.

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