Keyword: early fetal loss

  • Researchers Lay Groundwork for Future MRLS Studies

    The scientific community wrapped up a two-day workshop at the University of Kentucky's Gluck Equine Research Center Aug. 28 with a thorough review of research into mare reproductive loss syndrome, and some ideas on how to proceed in 2003.

  • Some Kentucky, Ohio Farms Seeing No Losses

    Reports from Central Kentucky and Ohio note that many farms are seeing no cases of early fetal loss, late-term abortions, or term births of compromised foals.

  • Theories Pursued on Causes of MRLS, Other Syndromes

    Following a recent meeting of researchers and veterinarians, there was a new optimism that Mare Reproductive Loss Syndorme and other syndromes could be solved with the clues that have been, and will be, put together by these researchers and through the input of clinicians.

  • International Mare Owners Not Worried By MRLS

    Preliminary data from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture shows that, following required quarantine and testing of imported horses, approximately 205 overseas Thoroughbred mares were received in the state in 2001 compared with 248 mares 2000. Exact totals will be available in a few weeks.

  • Dr. Richard Novak, equine veterinarian in Ohio and Pennsylvania.

    Ohio Vet: Problems Not Just in Ky.

    While Kentucky horse farms are at the epicenter of the foal loss crisis, the problem is not contained to the Bluegrass region according to a Northern Ohio veterinarian.

  • Kentucky Farm Managers, Vets To Meet About Foal Loss

    The Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers' Club and the Kentucky Association of Equine Practitioners will hold a joint meeting Thursday (May 10) in the Keeneland sales pavilion near Lexington to discuss recent problems with early fetal loss and late term abortions in Central Kentucky. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. (EDT).

  • Kentucky Farm Managers, Vets To Meet About Foal Loss

    The Kentucky Thoroughbred Farm Managers' Club and the Kentucky Association of Equine Practitioners will hold a joint meeting Thursday (May 10) in the Keeneland sales pavilion near Lexington to discuss recent problems with early fetal loss and late term abortions in Central Kentucky. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. (EDT).