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Delayed death still major UK horse welfare concern

DELAYED euthanasia and lack of biosecurity remain the biggest welfare concerns affecting UK horses, according to experts.

Researchers from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies asked vets, charities including World Horse Welfare and the British Horse Society (BHS), and trainers, among others, to rank what they thought were the most

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