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Tips on Coprophagia in Horses

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Don't fret if your foal is eating manure - it's a normal behavior of foals that may improve digestion, inoculate the intestines with appropriate bacteria, stimulate immunity, and satisfy certain cravings. Other possible reasons your horse may eat manure include boredom and dietary imbalances.

For more information, please read the article Coprophagia.

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