Research shows platelet-rich plasma and stem cell therapy can help treat post-breeding inflammation in mares.
One theriogenologist describes equine reproductive development and how to diagnose horses with unexpected genitalia.
One veterinarian calls for cultures, cytology, and antibiotics when indicated.
A pregnant mare should maintain a healthy weight to support both the fetus’ and her own calorie needs.
Although uncommon in North American horses, monitor pregnant mares to avoid abortion and stillbirth due to toxicant exposure.
Injecting an immunostimulant directly into endometrial cups can cause them to regress, allowing broodmares that have aborted to come back into season.
Researchers found the muzzle and outer nostril region present an alternative and less invasive way to test horses for EHV-1.
Find out if your mare’s frustrating antics are due to estrus, and learn about ways to keep them in check.
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