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Choke is the term used to describe esophageal obstruction caused by food or foreign matter. Swallowing too much material too quickly (“bolting”), or swallowing anything that has not been thoroughly chewed and moistened with saliva, are the major causes of choke.
The nutritional status of mares is a critical component in foal health from the moment of conception and continuing through weaning.
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