Changes in herd stallions among feral horse bands and the absence of forced copulation and induced abortion

@article{Kirkpatrick2004ChangesIH,
  title={Changes in herd stallions among feral horse bands and the absence of forced copulation and induced abortion},
  author={J. Kirkpatrick and J. W. Turner},
  journal={Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={29},
  pages={217-219}
}
SummaryForced copulation and induced abortion were investigated in a herd of feral horses inhabiting a coastal barrier island. Eight mares were diagnosed pregnant in August and October 1989 by means of urinary and fecal steroid metabolites, prior to documented changes in herd stallions. These mares were observed for harassment and forced copulation by the new stallions and for the presence of foals during the spring and summer of 1990. No incidents of harassment or attempts at forced copulation… Expand
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