Find out if your mare’s frustrating antics are due to estrus, and learn about ways to keep them in check.
While removing mares’ ovaries can be successful in remedying aggressive behavior, other estrous behaviors can persist even following surgery.
Removing the ovaries won’t fix other issues, from static shock to bladder adhesions, that can make mares behave badly.
An equine reproduction specialist shares tips for breeders to help them make the most of the latest research.
While the actual product might still be several years away, researchers are currently testing “promising technologies.”
Equine reproduction specialist Dr. Etta Bradecamp overviews obstacles related to breeding performance mares and stallions.
Scientists say the equine reproductive tract has undergone surprisingly little evolution over the past 48 million years.
Bud and Jo Adams donated the funds to support teaching, research, and clinical services at the laboratory.
One researcher describes how practitioners can monitor pregnant mares to minimize reproductive losses.
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