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Montana: Foaling and foal care topic of Feb. 24 lecture

Dr. Patrick M. McCue, DVM, Ph.D., Diplomate ACT, is scheduled to discuss “Saving Foals – What horse owners should know about foaling and foal care” during the Feb. 24 Copper Spring Ranch (CSR) Equine Sports Medicine Center lecture. The lecture begins at the CSR Equine Sports Medicine Center Administrative office, located outside of Bozeman, MT, at 6 p.m. The event is the third in a series of winter lectures and is free to clients of the center (within the past year) and to Montana State University and University of Montana Western students. Other horse owners are welcome to attend for a $15 fee to cover printed materials and other event costs.

The presentation is a comprehensive guide to foaling and foal care. It covers a wide range of pertinent topics to prepare horse owners for the upcoming foaling season including: what to do in emergency situations, foaling predictions, on-farm obstetrics and post foaling topics, and the keys to a successful foaling season.

McCue is a world-recognized authority on equine reproduction. He serves as the director of the Equine Reproduction Laboratory and coordinates the Clinical Broodmare, Foaling and Embryo Transfer Services. In addition, he attends to dystocias, high-risk pregnancies and other equine reproduction cases at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University. In addition to writing scientific articles and textbook chapters, McCue contributes a monthly column called “The Breeding Shed” to the American Quarter Horse Journal.

McCue graduated from veterinary school at the University of California, Davis (UC-Davis) in 1986. He subsequently completed an internship in Large Animal Medicine and Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and a residency in Equine Reproduction at the UC-Davis. He received a Ph.D. in Comparative Pathology, with an emphasis on reproductive endocrinology and ovarian pathology in the mare, from UC-Davis in 1992, and joined the faculty at Colorado State University in 1994.

Dr. Patrick M. McCue, DVM, Ph.D., Diplomate ACT, is scheduled to discuss “Saving Foals – What horse owners should know about foaling and foal care” during the Feb. 24 Copper Spring Ranch (CSR) Equine Sports Medicine Center lecture. The lecture begins at the CSR Equine Sports Medicine Center Administrative office, located outside of Bozeman, MT, at 6 p.m. The event is the third in a series of winter lectures and is free to clients of the center (within the past year) and to Montana State University and University of Montana Western students. Other horse owners are welcome to attend for a $15 fee to cover printed materials and other event costs.

The presentation is a comprehensive guide to foaling and foal care. It covers a wide range of pertinent topics to prepare horse owners for the upcoming foaling season including: what to do in emergency situations, foaling predictions, on-farm obstetrics and post foaling topics, and the keys to a successful foaling season.

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McCue is a world-recognized authority on equine reproduction. He serves as the director of the Equine Reproduction Laboratory and coordinates the Clinical Broodmare, Foaling and Embryo Transfer Services. In addition, he attends to dystocias, high-risk pregnancies and other equine reproduction cases at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University. In addition to writing scientific articles and textbook chapters, McCue contributes a monthly column called “The Breeding Shed” to the American Quarter Horse Journal.

McCue graduated from veterinary school at the University of California, Davis (UC-Davis) in 1986. He subsequently completed an internship in Large Animal Medicine and Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and a residency in Equine Reproduction at the UC-Davis. He received a Ph.D. in Comparative Pathology, with an emphasis on reproductive endocrinology and ovarian pathology in the mare, from UC-Davis in 1992, and joined the faculty at Colorado State University in 1994.

Dr. Patrick M. McCue, DVM, Ph.D., Diplomate ACT, is scheduled to discuss “Saving Foals – What horse owners should know about foaling and foal care” during the Feb. 24 Copper Spring Ranch (CSR) Equine Sports Medicine Center lecture. The lecture begins at the CSR Equine Sports Medicine Center Administrative office, located outside of Bozeman, MT, at 6 p.m. The event is the third in a series of winter lectures and is free to clients of the center (within the past year) and to Montana State University and University of Montana Western students. Other horse owners are welcome to attend for a $15 fee to cover printed materials and other event costs.

The presentation is a comprehensive guide to foaling and foal care. It covers a wide range of pertinent topics to prepare horse owners for the upcoming foaling season including: what to do in emergency situations, foaling predictions, on-farm obstetrics and post foaling topics, and the keys to a successful foaling season.

McCue is a world-recognized authority on equine reproduction. He serves as the director of the Equine Reproduction Laboratory and coordinates the Clinical Broodmare, Foaling and Embryo Transfer Services. In addition, he attends to dystocias, high-risk pregnancies and other equine reproduction cases at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University. In addition to writing scientific articles and textbook chapters, McCue contributes a monthly column called “The Breeding Shed” to the American Quarter Horse Journal.

McCue graduated from veterinary school at the University of California, Davis (UC-Davis) in 1986. He subsequently completed an internship in Large Animal Medicine and Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania and a residency in Equine Reproduction at the UC-Davis. He received a Ph.D. in Comparative Pathology, with an emphasis on reproductive endocrinology and ovarian pathology in the mare, from UC-Davis in 1992, and joined the faculty at Colorado State University in 1994.

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