Mare and Foal Workshop

Type
Course
Date of Publication
November 11, 2021
Price
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Overview

In this course, horse owners and managers will learn about important topics related to managing the broodmare and foal.

In this course, horse owners and managers will learn about important topics related to managing broodmares and foals. Content is developed and presented by industry experts. You will learn about the foaling process including predicting and preparing for foal arrival, postpartum placental evaluation, proper nutrition for your pregnant mare and foal, and vaccination programs for the broodmare and foal along with vaccination administration guidelines.

* Note: You will have access to the Mare and Foal Workshop for a limited time of 60 days from the time of enrollment.

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