Manual of Equine Reproduction (3rd Edition)
by Steven Brinsko
Edition: 3rd., 2011
We originally wrote this manual to serve as a textbook for veterinary students studying clinical reproduction in horses. We quickly found that the manual became a popular resource for veterinarians practicing equine reproduction.
In the third edition, we have updated and expanded many of the chapters while maintaining the manualís readability and clinical emphasis. The fi gures have been colorized and many new fi gures have been added to the expanded chapters. We have also added a new chapter that focuses on the use of assisted reproductive technologies.
Each chapter begins with a listing of important learning objectives, along with questions to guide selfstudy. Numerous figures are included in each chapter to enhance the readerís ability to grasp the material discussed.
The manual was written with the target audience of veterinary students, practicing veterinarians, and animal scientists teaching equine reproductive physiology and artificial insemination in mind.