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Broodmare farm operators in the southeastern United States are interested in managing tall fescue toxicity because of the pregnancy complications it can cause.

The University of Kentucky Horse Pasture Evaluation Program, has evaluated more than 13,500 acres of Central Kentucky horse pastures over the past five years. In doing so, researchers involved in the evaluation have learned

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