- Jan 03 - Jan 07
- Location: Fort Collins, CO, USA
Held at Colorado State University’s Equine Reproduction Laboratory, a 5-day course includes 20 hours of classroom instruction covering anatomy and physiology of the stallion and mare; semen collection/evaluation; artificial insemination, hormone therapy; breeding management; evaluation of the infertile mare; pregnancy diagnosis; twin management; prediction of foaling; dystocia management; and foal care. In addition, 15 hours of hands-on laboratory training are provided on semen collection/evaluation; artificial insemination; cooled semen; mare reproductive evaluation; techniques for prediction of foaling; on-farm obstetrical procedures; placental evaluation; colostrum quality; foal IgG testing; and foal resuscitation. Registration $1475 after 11/15. Full brochure and information: http://erl.colostate.edu
- Dec 17 - Dec 17
- Location: Online, ,
Join My Horse University and eXtension.org/Horses for a FREE informational webcast on health concerns for the overweight horse on Tuesday, December 17 at 7:00pm EST. Dr. Colleen Brady, from Purdue University, will discuss health concerns for both under and overweight horses, with an emphasis on the overweight horse. Most horse owners understand the potential issues with horses being too thin, but may not be aware of the issues associated with the other extreme. Following this session, horse owners will be able to assess if their horse is over or underweight, and have strategies to manage their overweight horses. Register today: http://www.myhorseuniversity.com/resources/webcasts/overweighthorse.
- Dec 17 - Dec 17
- Location: Lexington, KY, USA
Role of Genetics in Studying Equine Disease, Embassy Suites, Lexington. December 17, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
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