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Choosing and Identifying the Sex of Fetuses in Horses
Determining the sex of your mare's fetus could have two meanings; choosing the sex and identifying the sex. This article addresses both these issues. Transrectal ultrasound between day 55 and day 150 has been fairly good at identifying the sex of the foal. Creating foals of a certain sex is a reality. The technique is called the Beltsville Sexing Technology. This article gives an overview of these procedures and It consists primarily of scientific summaries of recent work.
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