Scientists: Cyanide from cherry trees killed foals
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- After nearly a month of pursuing theories that resulted in dead
ends, researchers said Thursday that the wild black cherry tree is responsible for
the mare reproductive loss syndrome that has swept central Kentucky farms this
spring and caused at least 1,200 abortions in broodmares.
According to preliminary findings presented by Gluck Equine Research Center
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