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Why Won't My Mare Get Pregnant? -- Free Webcast; November 24, 2009
Topic Started: Monday, 9. November 2009, 16:59 (846 Views)
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Why Won't My Mare Get Pregnant?
Dr. Kathy Anderson :: University of Nebraska
November 24, 2009 | 7:00 EST | Learn More

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A mare's fertility can be influenced by a variety of factors including her health, age, and reproductive anatomy. In addition, stallion fertility and technician skills all play an important role in successfully breeding the mare. In this presentation, Dr. Anderson will discuss common problems that arise in the breeding barn and offer solutions to help get your mare pregnant.

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Dr. Kathy Anderson has been the Extension Horse Specialist at the University of Nebraska since 1991. She oversees the youth and adult extension horse program as well as teaches Undergraduate courses in the Animal Science Department. Kathy currently teachings courses in Horse Management, Equine Reproduction and Equine Nutrition. Additionally she has coached the UNL Horse Judging team.
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Cool link Ruth, :thanks: I'll have to watch a little later, but this is good stuff!
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msequine
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It's not until the 24th Steph, which is Tuesday of Thanksgiving week. There is a Q/A session afterwards, so if you think you might have some questions, the live webcast is the best choice.

If you miss it, they're good about putting the taped webcast online about a week or so later.

BTW, time listed is Eastern, don't forget to subtract an hour if you plan to view it live.
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You know I'll forget. I need an alarm for this such stuff!!
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LOL, I KWYM. If you have a google eMail account, put it on your calendar. You can set your calendar to send an SMS alert to your phone.
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Yeah, then I'll forget to check the gmail. :B
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I didn't explain that very well. If you have gMail, you have a google calendar to go along with it. If you add an event to your calendar you have the option of getting a reminder via eMail OR to your cell phone OR both. Just make sure your phone plan includes incoming text msgs so you don't get charged.
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:cool
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