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by Ryan Ferris, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACT | Jan 17, 2019
Equine reproduction specialist Dr. Ryan Ferris explains basics new horse breeders need to know, including mare estrus cycles and selecting fresh vs. frozen semen.
by Karen Wolfsdorf, DVM, Dipl. ACT | Nov 29, 2018
If a mare’s behavior issues are related to her reproductive cycles, suppressing estrus might help.
by Karen Wolfsdorf, DVM, Dipl. ACT | Apr 5, 2016
Find out how light can impact a mares’s ovulatory cycles.
by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor | Apr 22, 2015
Horse breeding is only as effective as your ability to predict a mare’s impending ovulation. Here’s how vets do so.
by Nancy Diehl, VMD, MS | Mar 12, 2015
Dr. Nancy Diehl addresses common behavior differences between mares and geldings and their causes.
by Ahmed Tibary, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT | Dec 16, 2013
Many owners seek to eliminate estrus behavior when there is a negative effect on the mare’s performance.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment | Oct 25, 2013
The events will feature lectures on university programs, equine reproduction, and horse management issues.
by University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment | Oct 24, 2013
Oxytocin injections allowed the corpus luteum to keep producing progesterone and the mare to stay out of heat.
by Erica Larson | Aug 17, 2013
Learn how administering prostaglandins can help breeders improve their mares’ chances of becoming pregnant.
by Erica Larson | Nov 29, 2012
Most options can lessen the effects of estrus while still allowing mares a second career as a broodmare.
by Natalie DeFee Mendik, MA | Oct 13, 2012
Researchers found an intravaginal progesterone-releasing device effective in inducing early estrus in mares.
by Equine Disease Quarterly | Oct 12, 2012
Mobile blue-light therapy is as effective at advancing seasonality as indoor barn lighting.