Researchers believe breeding two white-spotted donkeys could lead to embryonic loss, fetal abortion, or the death of a young foal.
Study: Arabians with certain genes coding for less muscle fatigue, more time-efficient energy production, and improved muscular contraction have better racing results than those without.
Five clues she’s not ready to breed on the first heat after foaling, along with principles to follow if she is.
Measuring mRNA markers might offer an economical, effective, and noninvasive way to detect horses at risk of catastrophic injury.
A Brazilian researcher recommends genetic testing of mares showing “stallionlike” behavioral characteristics or infertility.
A study found inflammatory response in horses depends not on the deworming drug used but rather on the parasites present at the time of treatment.
Learn about the genetic test every American Quarter Horse Association breeding stallion must undergo and the five diseases it screens for.
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