The Key to the Future: Broodmare and Stallion Care



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While they only make up a small segment of the equine industry, breeding stock is the future of our business.

Learn more about caring for broodmares and stallions by listening to our Equine Life Stages: Stallions and Mares audio Q&A event.


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Bryant Craig, DVM, is an equine technical services veterinarian with Merck Animal Health. He graduated from Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine and completed an internship with Interstate Equine in Goldsby, Oklahoma. In his professional career prior to joining Merck Animal Health, Craig owned and operated a private equine veterinary practice for six years before joining the Lazy E Ranch in 2005. At the Lazy E, he served as the head veterinarian for the broodmares, stallions, and young horses at the ranch for six years. Craig’s areas of focus include herd health, lameness/sports medicine, and reproduction.

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