Mares


Mare Care Available:

Breeding Evaluations

Infertility work ups and treatment

Artificial Insemination (AI) with fresh or frozen semen

Mare care from breeding to foaling

Twin pregnancies identification and resolution

Ultrasonography fetal sexing

High risk pre-partum mares

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (ICU) available 24/7

 

Stallions


Stallion Care Available:

Full management and care

Semen collection and evaluation

Stallion sexual behavior problems investigation and resolution

Semen Freezing and storage (Long term and short term)

Investigation of infertility

Cooled and frozen semen service

Semen shipping - Cooled and Frozen

Castration

 

Newborn Foals


Newborn Foal Care:

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (ICU) available 24/7

Plasma administration

Clinical evaluation and IgG (antibody) test

The first few hours of life are crucial, during this short period, the foal needs to absorb antibodies from the mare’s colostrum; to protect them against all kinds of infectious diseases for the first 3 months of life until they develop their own immune system. To ensure that the foal ingested enough colostrum of good quality, it is recommended to take a blood sample 18-24 hours after birth to measure the level of antibodies (IgG test). After this period, the intestine of a foal won’t absorb the colostrum anymore, but a transfusion with plasma can supplement any deficit.

 

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