SUCRAMATE (given on Friday) was use on a mare I had to ship to because it looked like she was going to ovulate on Sunday/Monday. I guess it worked to delayed ovulation, I shipped semen on Monday and and she was inseminated today (1:00pm) I asked if the mare had ovulated already or what was going on with her, haven't heard back.
What is SUCRAMATE, is it reliable, how far from predicted ovulation do you need to give it and are there any draw backs to it? Curious minds want to know!!!
Sucromate Equine is the new Deslorelin injection that is designed and marketed to promote ovulation, so what they were doing with it in order delay ovulation, I have no idea! Used on a "ripe" follicle, there is no way it would delay it!!!
You can find more information about the product on our main page under the headline "New Ovulation Promotor for Mares Approved by FDA in USA".
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