Dr. Elizabeth Santschi recaps research on hock injections, nerve blocks, castration, osteochondral lesions, and more.
Photo by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor
Among other results, scientists found that foals born to light-therapy mares were more mature at birth and grew faster.
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- National Museum of Racing, Hall of Fame Launches Foal Patrol
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- Minimizing Foal Stress Levels in the Breeding Shed
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- Nature vs. Nurture: What Shapes a Foal's Future?
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- Infographic: SAA: Infection Detection in Horses
- Mare Gestation Calculator
- What the Hay?
- AAEP and Zoetis Help Support Operation Gelding Program
- Stifle Problems
- Genetic Disorders: Breed by Breed
- Castration In The Horse
- Neonatal Isoerythrolysis in Foals
- Shared Science: Human and Equine Health Similarities
- Fetal Development and Foal Growth
- Growing Up: Estimating Adult Size
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