Ovarian Response to Injectable Deslorelin During Anestrus (AAEP 2010)

Most breeders meticulously plan out every detail of breeding a mare. But sometimes things don't go quite according to plan.Suppose, for example, as breeding season approaches, the clinically breeding-sound mare is anestrus (she doesn't show an estrous cycle and, thus, she's difficult to impregnate). What now? injectable deslorelin (which is currently used to induce ovulation in mares during the

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