Foal size (and, indirectly, sex) appear to contribute to dystocia, especially among mares in New Zealand.
Researchers found that AFP could be a useful biomarker to help assess neonatal health soon after birth.
Post-mortem exams are crucial to determine what caused the abortion. Here’s what your veterinarian will look for.
The rare condition–primary hypothyroidism–in mares could be behind a potentially deadly foal problem called CHDS.
One vet reviews the options practitioners have for determining prognosis and predicting survival for sick foals.
Researchers recently diagnosed the first homozygous case of Warmblood fragile foal syndrome (WFFS), a genetic disorder.
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