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Premarine is a very popular medication that is used by billions of females around the world as a hormonal substitute treatment. PREgant MAres urines is named because the medication is made from the endocrine disrupters present in the mare's ureter. Horses used in the manufacture of this medicine are called "PMU" horses.
Premarine is produced by the collection of blood from expectant mothers. Broodmares are kept in small stand-up boxes to restrict their movements so that they do not replace the urethra bag with which every single droplet of pee is collected. In this way the broodmares are considered for a longer part of their gestation, usually about six-month.
As soon as the fillies are of full legal capacity and available for delivery, they have their fillies. Broodmares can care for their fillies up to the 4 -month withdrawal period, then they are split and the filly is rebred to reproduce the whole herd.
As a result of this breed series, there has been an abundance of undesirable colts, most of which are marketed to the slaughtering industries. "PMU " -farm exists all over the USA and is also widespread in Canada. Circumstances on the PMU holdings differ, and some holdings are working very hard to place their undesirable offspring. Many" PMU" kittens are well breeded, some are even recorded as thoroughbreds.
"PMU " colts can be adopted on-line by bailout groups, but most of the colts raised in Canada are directly for sale to canederies. A PMU foal in Canada has less than one in ten chances of escape butchering. Mothers have a much more fierce appearance, as they are only on sale when they can no longer become pregant, and at this point many are too bad-tempered to be desired.
"Working with PMU fillies can be very worthwhile, as they have often not been treated before being rescued and are to be regarded as savage in every respect. They are not only a well-researched information resource, but also offer a hyperlink to an on-line Petition to stop the Premarin cessation.