Anhidrotic Horses -- New, More Accurate Risk Factors Found

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Nearly 5,000 horses from 500 different farms helped identify anhidrosis factors for University of Florida researchers. Geography, breed, and use of horse were examined to determine factors for anhidrosis--the lack or decreased production of sweat. While it is widely known that some horses lose the ability to sweat properly in hot, humid climates like Florida, accurate information

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