Veterinary school treats starved, neglected horses

01/12/2012 | (Coon Rapids, Minn.)

The University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Clinic is attending to 17 horses that were confiscated from a Minnesota man's farm after authorities found the horses suffering from neglect and starvation. At least two of the horses have a Henneke body condition of 1, indicating severe malnutrition and chronic starvation, and multiple horses had parasites and poor hoof health.

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