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Most stallions should be fed according to their maintenance requirements, depending on if and how much they’re exercising, when not being bred or collected. However, they might require additional sustenance during the breeding season.
A mare’s attraction to a stallion—specifically, to his body odors, or “MHC”—affects pregnancy success rates. And, researchers found, mares appear to prefer stallions with MHCs that differ from their own.
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