Foals with IgG levels lower than 800 mg/dL are more likely to die than those with levels greater than 800 mg/dL.
A medication protocol that can induce lactation in “open” mares has changed the way prominent Kentucky Standardbred nursery, Walnut Hall Ltd., manages its nurse mare herd, while giving more than 20 rescued mares a new
Walnut Hall’s vet, Joe
It appears most young foals born on farms with endemic Lawsonia intracellularis could be protected from equine proliferative enteropathy (EPE), a spreading intestinal disease caused by the bacterium, provided they ingest colostrum containing
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