I have been told that a young stallion in his first few years of breeding will produce far more fillies than a stallion in his later years. The theory was that a stallion that is old, will produce colts because nature needs a replacement stallion. It seems a little far fetched to me.Is it true that stallions generally wont mate their own daughters if given a choice in the wild????
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