Fungus Battles Equine Internal Parasites 'the Natural Way'

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A pile of horse dung is no longer just a pile of horse dung--it is now the stage for the fatal ambush of nematode (roundworm) larvae by a predatory fungus, worthy of screen time on the "Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom" nature show. According to a research group based in Australia, if you feed your horse spores of the fungus Duddingtonia flagrans, the spores p

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