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MANY KENTUCKY MARES BARREN. I i Unztou, Kj . .March .-, Br udei both running anil trotting, ;n iins vlclniti aie com plaining ol unusual bar . imo-- in their i Iiuarcs this -p:in_ ii. i in arc ai a I..-- I" aeeuuul tur the 1 1 pqu ncj ol lo His- », Thoj » that : I • ■ ■•entagi of slip* lias been no - reat«T than In other iimi- ii -• great, ami iliseussioii .| ilc —ii?. i « i i i the failure of thi man- to produce disclose* iliar ii has uccurred in young mares thai were mated with young stallions, hi old man-- that were mated with oung stallions and in young man - I ha I wen wati I with "Id Ktal lions, so thai it ia n l i ntlr Ij attrihut able i" ice or Impotenej lam,~ l: iL.ggin- Bluiendorl Kami furnished a striking exam pi "i this unusual l»an inn--, for iail ni it. i Mi"Hi mares thai were mated with l borough bred stallions there lasl spring, id more than twenty-eight foals ire expected, the r maining f.rn tw mares baring shown coneluslvelj that the;, ate nol in foal. Conditions "ii the trotting bors breeding rarms Hie even DWSI.