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- Reproductive Leptospirosis in Horses
- Monitor Mares' Progesterone Levels before Inducing Labor
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- My Filly has No Respect or Fear of Anything. What Can I Do?
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- Hernias: Case by Case
- Study: Foaling Mares Not Stressed
- Study: Start Measures to Prevent Equine Arthritis Early
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. Equine reproduction specialist Ryan Ferris, DVM, shares the signs that a mare is in foal.
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