Improperly heated barns may cause horse health problems

Stotts, Donald
January 2012
Southwest Farm Press;1/12/2012, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p21
Trade Publication
The article offers the insights by Dave Freeman, equine specialist at Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension, regarding the horse health problems that can be caused by improperly heated barns.


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