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Russellville Manor Farm
14800 Russellville Road
Capron, IL 61012
Phone: (815) 540-2592
E-mail: info@russellvillemanor.com
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Modern Przewalski's Horses Eat Different Diet Than Ancestors
Wild Przewalski's horses currently eat high-quality grass year-round. Previously, they ate less nutritious bushes along with grass.


Senate Committee Nixes Horsemeat Inspections
This comes after the House of Representatives declined forbid the USDA from using funds to conduct horsemeat inspections.


Top Tweets & Take-Homes from the AAEP Equine Colic Symposium
The AAEP Focus on Colic and International Equine Colic Symposium recently took place in Lexington, Kentucky. Here are some of the top tweets and take-home messages presented.


When the Herd Moves, Who Leads and Who Follows?
Contrary to conventional wisdom, horse herds are likely egalitarian and don't have a dominant stallion and "alpha" mare.
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