By William Ley
A concise and liberally illustrated operating consultant on Broodmare healthiness and breeding administration for veterinarians, veterinary scholars and breeders. The presentation comprises the entire scientific strategies and tests valuable for conserving the well-being and breeding soundness of the Broodmare. this convenient reference covers using ultrasonography for prognosis and tracking of the mare, cytologic studies necessary to prognosis, common and irregular reproductive anatomy, culturing thoughts for infections, ailments affecting the reproductive capability of the broodmare and distinctive guideli. Read more...
summary: A concise and liberally illustrated operating consultant on Broodmare overall healthiness and breeding administration for veterinarians, veterinary scholars and breeders. The presentation contains all the medical strategies and exams important for keeping the wellbeing and fitness and breeding soundness of the Broodmare. this useful reference covers using ultrasonography for analysis and tracking of the mare, cytologic reviews necessary to analysis, common and irregular reproductive anatomy, culturing options for infections, illnesses affecting the reproductive means of the broodmare and exact guideli
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M Mares will continue to tease hot, or show signs of estrus for 2-3 days AFTER ovulation occurs! Just because she is teasing in DOES NOT mean she is a candidate for breeding by natural service or artificial insemination. Good breeding management requires that the breeding be based on the development of the follicle(s), and breeding or insemination after ovulation occurs should be restricted to no more than 12 hours after the fact; 6 hours or less would be the optimum post-ovulation time that should be considered.
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