Horse breeding arithmetic : 2 + 2 = 1 (2000)
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It is a common belief that on average if two mares are bred during one estrus (heat), only one will give birth to a foal. A number of factors can affect this 50 percent average foaling rate, however, and scientific knowledge combined with experience will make the results of breeding more positive and predictable.
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