New Treatment for Mare Endometritis Examined (AAEP 2011)

In normal mares no adverse effects were noted, and the buffered chelators had no deleterious effects on the endometrium or the establishment of pregnancy. Six of the eight mares with reproductive issues became pregnant and foaled post treatment.

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