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"Techniques in Equine Reproduction" Book
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Animal Reproduction Systems, Inc. Item #: 537-342 -

The ARS "Techniques in Equine Reproduction" 6th Edition is the latest guided tour of breeding management procedures, diagnostic tests, and therapeutic protocols for the stallion, mare, and newborn foal. Author, Patrick M. McCue, DVM, PhD, has added over 60 pages of additional chapters, updated information, step by step instructions, and photographs to this 218 page book. The goal of this book is to provide an accurate and up-to-date educational resource for horse owners, breeders and students...

"Formulary and Protocols in Equine Reproduction" Book Second Edition
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Patrick M. McCue DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACT Ryan A. Ferris DVM, MS, Diplomate ACT This Formulary and Protocol guide was written to provide veterinarians and veterinary students with medication dosages and therapeutic protocols used at the Equine Reproduction Labratory at the Colorado State University. 49 pages. Published by Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. ISBN: 978-0-9965269-4-4

"Foal Formulary and Field Protocol Guide" Second Edition (2020)
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Newly updated for 2020! The goal of this Foal Formulary and Field Protocol Guide is to provide Veterinarians and veterinary students with medication dosages and therapeutic protocols used in the medical management of young foals. 146 pages.Patrick M. McCue DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACTElsbeth A Swain DVM, Diplomate ACVIMGabriele A. Landolt DVM, Diplomate ACVIMDavid W, Hanlon DVM, PhD, Diplomat ACTRyan A. Ferris DVM, MS, Diplomate ACTPublished by Colorado State University College of Veterinary...

Foal IgG Poster
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Animal Reproduction Systems, Inc. Item #: IGG-101-POST -

The Foal IgG Poster is an invaluable reference guide for those who wish to measure IgG levels in newborn foals.A newborn foal is entirely dependent on maternal antibodies, absorbed following ingestion of colostrum, from its dam in the first few hours of life for immune protection. Failure of the passive transfer of maternal antibodies puts the foal at significant risk of infectious diseases. Monitoring the success of passive transfer by measuring levels of IgG in the blood of neonatal foals is...