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Celebrate North American Stallions: Wild Turkey Farm

From CSI5* competitor Billy Mexico to Grand Prix rising star Leapfrog WT, Wild Turkey Farm stands some brilliant choices for your mare. Wild Turkey Farm is a 220-acre facility located in Wilsonville, Oregon, that features a world-class Warmblood sporthorse breeding operation. Founded in 1989 by Barbara Boothe Ellison, the business found its breeding identity when Ellison acquired the Holsteiner stallion LioCalyon (Liostro x Calypso) in 1996 (shown). ...read more

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Excellent Google ranking for WarmbloodStallionsNA.com!

We are proud to announce that, according to recent reports, the Google search rankings for WarmbloodStallionsNA.com are stellar! If someone googles a stallion who advertises on this website, his page on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com will usually be in the top 1 or 2 search results. That means, if someone is searching for your stallion, and you have him advertised on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com - bingo! They have found him and know where to go for more information and to contact you. We've worked hard to get that ranking, and are proud of that service to our advertisers! Find out about advertising opportunities here. ...read more

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KER: Stallion Nutrition, Coenzyme Q10 Improves Semen Quality

Stallions need to be well-fed to perform their best in the breeding shed. Good forage and concentrates are important, but researchers are discovering specific supplements that have specific effects. Coenzyme Q10, for example, "is an important cofactor in energy supply for spermatozoa and is responsible, in part, for motility," according to an article on the website for Kentucky Equine Research. ...read more

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