I have a 14yo Hanoverian broodmare who is having problems getting a "Normal" ovulation. This is the 3rd year of a 3 year contract. We're running out of time. BTW She is otherwise happy, healthy, good weight, low stress, wormed, shots, trimmed, and floated. 1st year had normal cycles and resorbed by day 60 US check, tone was excellent. Vet said looked like a normal 35 day pregnancy. 2nd year she had multiple AHF's ovulated one normal(?) follicle out of several AHF's in one cycle, but she did not catch. This year we tracked her through one normal (completely) cycle, then lutalysed her and here we are again with multiple AHF's. Where do I go from here? Is it time to give up and substitute another mare (I really DON"T want to have to do that, but will to not lose the contract. Please advise. Thanks, SCFarm
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