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August 22, 2014 10:32 AM

Old age, stress likely cause of death for 75 wild horses in western Kansas corral

Seventy-five wild horses that died after being moved to a corral in western Kansas likely succumbed to old age and stress caused by crowding and changes to their feed, federal officials determined.

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