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    Aging Horses by Their Teeth
    By Dr. Patricia Evans, Dr. Nancy Jack, Steve Jones



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    Publisher: University of Arkansas, United States Department of Agriculture, and County Governments Cooperating
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    Being able to pinpoint age within a fairly narrow range can be of use to owners of unregistered horses or horses whose age is unknown for any reason. Many health and nutrition management decisions are directly related to age and dental wear, making it even more important for all horse owners to have a general understanding of how a horse’s mouth changes with age.
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