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Dr. Ryan Ferris answers questions about breeding mares and stallions and producing top-quality, healthy foals during this archived Q&A. We cover everything from selecting the right parents to gestational care to ensuring your foal’s safe delivery.

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Ryan Ferris

Ryan Ferris, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACT, owns Summit Equine in Newberg, Oregon, with his wife, Dr. Dora Ferris. The practice specializes in equine reproduction and sports medicine. He graduated from veterinary school at Washington State University in 2007 and then completed an internship in equine surgery, medicine and reproduction at the Equine Medical Center of Ocala in 2008. He subsequently completed a two-year equine theriogenology residency program at Colorado State University (CSU) and worked at its Equine Reproduction Laboratory from several years.

Dr. Ryan Ferris answers questions about breeding mares and stallions and producing top-quality, healthy foals during this archived Q&A. We cover everything from selecting the right parents to gestational care to ensuring your foal’s safe delivery.1/18/2019 12:00

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Ryan Ferris, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACT, owns Summit Equine in Newberg, Oregon, with his wife, Dr. Dora Ferris. The practice specializes in equine reproduction and sports medicine. He graduated from veterinary school at Washington State University in 2007 and then completed an internship in equine surgery, medicine and reproduction at the Equine Medical Center of Ocala in 2008. He subsequently completed a two-year equine theriogenology residency program at Colorado State University (CSU) and worked at its Equine Reproduction Laboratory from several years.

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