Endophyte-Infected Fescue Seeds' Effects on Equine Exercise Recovery

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One research team concluded that apparent vasoconstriction caused by endophyte-infected tall fescue seed consumption could affect horses' recovery post-exercise by reducing their ability to dissipate core body heat.

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