Embryonic loss in mares. Incidence, possible causes, and diagnostic considerations.

  • Barry A Ball
  • Published 1988 in
    The Veterinary clinics of North America. Equine…


Fertilization rates were similar for normal and subfertile mares, and much of the difference in fertility between normal and subfertile mares was due to embryonic loss. Fertilization rate estimates for mares ranged from 71 to 96 per cent. The incidence of embryonic loss detected by ultrasonography between Days 11 and 50 was approximately 9 per cent for… (More)


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