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Date Posted: 04:57:59 09/01/07 Sat
Author: Tonja
Subject: Breeding Friesians
In reply to: Melissa 's message, "Breeding Friesians" on 22:02:33 08/30/07 Thu

>>I was hoping others out there might be able to share
>>their insight and experience with breeding their
>>Friesian mare(s). I attempted to breed my maiden mare
>>this year....3 attempts and no success. It has been
>>very disappointing and financially draining. Now I
>>don't know which way to go...Have her tested even
>>though my vet strongly believes there is nothing wrong
>>with her? Try a different stallion? Give it one more
>>try with my current stallion booking? I would
>>appreciate any comments or suggestions. Thanks!
>
>Hey there! Sorry to hear about your mare. Friesians in
>general are hard breeders. Can I ask how large was her
>follicle when she was inseminated each time?

Thanks for your post Melissa. I wish I knew what the sizes were each time.... I didn't think to ask for a check the first 2 times (hind sight is 20/20 of course) because my vet feels the less you mess with them the better off you are. So we didn't check the size on the first two breedings but on try 3 she was elongated and 55mmx48mm. For the first try, on the day before insemination, she was at 40mm so my feeling now is it was too early. Try 2 she was at 32mm 3 days prior. We did use HcG each time. Not sure about my feelings on that. Of course this has been a steep learning curve I am still on.

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