Is your stallion expected to perform in both the breeding shed and the arena? Here's what you need to know.
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- International Equine Disease Report, First Quarter 2017
- The Double-Duty Stallion
- UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Bora Nam
- UK to Host Second Equine Nutrition Short Course
- Clear and Present Danger: Reduce Your Horse's Disease Risk
- Tweets from Rood & Riddle's Client Education Seminar
- New Nonsurgical Equine Sterilization Technique in the Works
- Blood in Semen: How Much is Too Much?
- Top Reproduction Studies of 2016
- USDA APHIS Adds Korea to List of CEM-Affected Regions
- Castration In The Horse
- Male Horse Hygiene
- Hypersalivation in Horses
- Vaccination Basics For Horses
- Infographic: Vaccinating Your Horse
- My Horse Has a Fever: Now What?
- Study: Pentoxifylline's Effect on Semen Quantity and Quality
- Breeding Soundness Exams for Stallions
- 10 Steps for Successful Live Cover
- Vaccinating Pregnant Mares for Equine Viral Arteritis
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. We just got a 4-year-old stallion at our barn, and I wanted to know if even with electric fencing will he be able to break out to get in with the mares that are in the paddock next to him?
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