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How Birth Control Is Saving Wild Horses
 
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In New Mexico, two Native American wildlife keepers watch over hundreds of wild horses. With less and less grazing options and a high birth rate, the two wildlife keepers found a solution to prevent the horses from starvation: birth control. Directed, shot and edited by Jessica Sherry http://www.waitingforjohndoc.com Join the Seeker community! Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeekerNetwork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SeekerNetwork Instagram: http://instagram.com/seekernetwork Tumblr: http://seekernetwork.tumblr.com Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100537624873180533713/about Produced and owned by Discovery Digital Networks For press inquiries: http://www.seekernetwork.com/press © 2015 Discovery Communications, LLC
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Effects of Fluphenazine on Equine Behavior
 
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Injectable Contraceptive for Women Launched in Telangana
 
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Meet the Super Cow | National Geographic
 
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These gigantic cows resemble bovine body-builders. See how breeders have achieved such amazing results. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/?source=4003 Meet the Super Cow | National Geographic https://youtu.be/Nmkj5gq1cQU National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Perimenopausal bleeding - Conjugated equine estrogens
 
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Conjugated equine estrogens http://perimenopausalbleeding.mymenopauseonline.com/ Conjugated equine estrogens contain estrogen molecules conjugated to hydrophilic side groups (e.g. sulfate) and are produced from the urine of pregnant Equidae (horses) mares. Premarin is the prime example of this, either alone or in Prempro, where it is combined with a synthetic progestin, medroxyprogesterone acetate. Women had been advised for many years by numerous doctors and drug company marketing efforts (at least in the USA) that hormone therapy with conjugated equine estrogens after menopause might reduce their risk of heart disease and prevent various aspects of aging. However, a large, randomized, controlled trial (the Women's Health Initiative) found that women undergoing HT or HRT with conjugated equine estrogens (Premarin), in combination with a synthetic progestin (medroxy pogesterone acetate (Premarin plus Provera, known as Prempro)), had an increased risk of breast cancer and heart disease[40]. An increase in breast cancer risk was not seen in the Women's Health Initiativestudy of conjugate estrogen alone (Premarin) versus placebo, however this study was stopped prematurely as an increased risk of stroke was observed in women treated with Premarin. Although this increase in risk was small overall, it passed the thresholds that had been established by the researchers in advance as sufficient to ethically require stopping the study. When these results were first reported in 2002, the popular media sensationalized the story and exaggerated the risk, while the manufacturer continued to attempt to minimize the degree of risk. However most news stories failed to mention that the average age of the women in WHI was 62 years old, significantly older than the time when most women start HRT, and in fact many years into postmenopause. In order to enroll in the study, patients had to be asymptomatic of hot flashes, so they would not know whether they received the placebo. For these reasons WHI was not representative of generally accepted clinical practice. The 2002 and 2003 announcements of the Women's Health Initiative of the American National Institute of Health and The Million Women Study of the UK Cancer Research and National Health Service collaboration respectively, that HRT treatment coincides with a increased incidence of breast cancer, heart attacks and strokes, lead to a sharp decline in HRT prescription throughout the world, which was followed by a decrease in breast cancer incidence. On hearing the news about the WHI study, many women discontinued equine estrogens altogether, with or without their doctor's knowledge. The number of prescriptions written for Premarin and PremPro in the United States dropped within a year almost to half of their previous level. This sharp drop in usage was followed by large and successively larger drops in new breast cancer diagnoses, at six months, one year, and 18 months after the drop in Premarin and Prempro prescriptions, for a cumulative 15% drop by the end of 2003. However, the apparent meaning of this correlation is called into question by the fact that prescriptions of Prempro and Premarin fell dramatically in Canada as well, but no similarly dramatic drop in Canada's breast cancer rates was observed during the same time period. Studies designed to track the further progression of this trend after 2003 are under way, as well as studies designed to quantify how much of the drop was related to the reduced use of HT/HRT.
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Artificial Insemination of a Mare - Instructional Video
 
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This shows how to correctly carry out artificial insemination of a mare using pre-collected semen, a non-sterile glove, and non-spermicidal lubricant. The syringe containing semen is attached to the catheter. Careful hygienic procedures ensure a safe and controlled insemination of the horse to ensure there are no contaminates that could cause irritation or infection of the endometrium or vagina. www.equinereproduction.co.uk
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Thermoregulation1-General Introduction
 
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Discussion of core body temperature in cats, dogs, and horses. Homeotherms.
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JEH Equine Reproduction Specialists
 
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JEH Equine Reproduction Specialists offers full Veterinary Services and specializes in enhancing and maintaining genetic & production ability for problematic and low fertility stallions and mares. JEH ERS is strategically located in Whitesboro, Texas the heart of horse country. ERS offers Oocyte Transfers, Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), & Embryo Transfers. We have over 500 Mares in our recipient herd. Veterinary services include emergency calls, deworming, & vaccinations.
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10 Most Invasive Parasites in the World
 
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Disgusting parasites in humans! These invasive parasites are known for eating us alive & can cause horrifying infections & diseases inside you. View more nasty, invasive parasite photos today at http://theywillkillyou.com/botfly-removal-pictures/ Subscribe for new videos: http://goo.gl/SaufF4 10: Blood Flukes Scientifically known as schistosoma, blood flukes are one of the most common parasites in the world, affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide. They're a type of flatworm parasite that uses snails as an intermediate host by latching onto them then attaching themselves onto human skin & hatching eggs inside the human's bladder or intestine. Once inside your body, blood flukes can live a very long time. The initial symptoms of itching & rashes begin appearing in just a few days. After a couple months, diarrhea, coughing, headaches, & fever will likely occur. Several years of leaving it untreated will then lead to the eggs spreading & infecting organs such as the lungs, liver, & bladder. They may even affect the spinal cord and brain, thus causing paralysis & seizures. This parasite is found primarily in Africa, the Middle East, South America, & parts of South Asia. Children are at especially high risk as they can develop learning disabilities & suffer from malnutrition. As such, the World Health Organization considers blood flukes to be among the most socio-economically damaging parasites in the world. 9: The Horsehair Worm Also known as “gordian worms” or “nematomorpha,” the horsehair worm is a parasitic worm found in watery areas such as pools, creeks, & puddles. Scientists believe this parasite is comprised of anywhere between 350 to 2,000 different subspecies. While horsehair worms do not pose any direct threat to humans, they do pose an interestingly unique & specific danger towards crickets. They hatch as larvae at the bottom of a creek, stream, or puddle, then wait to be eaten by a cricket. Once consumed, the horsehair worm will navigate its way into the cricket's body cavity, where it absorbs nutrients from the cricket. As soon as this parasite breaks free, it coaxes the cricket into drowning itself so the horsehair worm can fully emerge. After leaving the dead cricket, it then finds a mate, who helps it reproduce by laying eggs. The male worm dies & the deadly cycle continues. 8: Roundworms Roundworms are parasites responsible for causing a disease in humans known as filariasis. Carried by flies & mosquitos, they infect one's bloodstream with the potential to reach the lymphatic system, causing the body parts (such as your limbs & genitals) to swell up well beyond their normal size. The skin will also become thick & painful as a result of infection. Roundworm-induced filariasis affects close to 1 billion people in 80 countries throughout the world. Fortunately, this condition is treatable through the use of oral drugs such as Diethylcarbamazine, which kills off the infection & prevents further transmission to other people. 7: The Tsetse Fly Found in Africa, the tsetse fly is one of the main causes of trypanosomiasis, or African sleeping sickness. This parasitic disease affects roughly 10 million people & is most common in more rural areas. Symptoms include headaches, fever, joint pain, poor coordination, confusion, muscle weakness, paralysis of the limbs, & trouble sleeping. It can eventually prove fatal if treatment is not sought, causing death due to eventual organ failure. While the disease has been present in Africa for thousands of years, the death rate has decreased in recent years due to advances in modern medicine. In 1990, for example, about 34,000 people died from African sleeping sickness, which is close to four times higher than its current death rate of 9,000 people per year. 6: The Emerald Jewel Wasp Also known as the “emerald cockroach,” the emerald jewel is known for paralyzing cockroaches in order to use them for their larvae. They're native to South Asia as well as parts of Africa & the Pacific islands, where they paralyze cockroaches with their sting then lead them to their nest trap in a burrow. Here, the emerald jewel proceeds to lay its eggs inside the roach's abdomen. Over a period of about 10 days, the wasp controls the amount of venom injected into its victim in order to keep it alive, all the while allowing its larvae to feed off the roach's organs. Controlling the venom is important as too much venom will kill the cockroach while too little will allow it to make a full recovery. Wasps keep the roaches alive in order to feast off their bodies & harvest their own eggs. A cocoon is then formed here, where eventually, a full-grown wasp is born. It is at this point that the cockroach finally dies. 5: The Loa Loa Commonly referred to as the “eye worm,” the loa loa is one of the main causes of a condition known as loa loa filariasis, which is both a skin & eye disease. The loa loa is transmit to humans through deer flies &
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Ask the Vet - Spring shedding, shots, pasture, and more! - April 2017
 
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You asked, we answered! In this episode of our monthly series, Ask the Vet, Dr. Lydia Gray and SmartPaker Sarah answer your questions about springtime shedding, spring shots, spring pasture, feed rations in spring, and Cushing's Disease, also known as PPID. Additional reading/watching material mentioned in the video: The Anatomy of Laminitis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubUMx2SrK4Y Getting to the root of Laminitis: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/2014/07/getting-to-the-root-of-laminitis/ Using the Henneke Horse Body Condition Scoring System: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY3yVC4l8K4 ColiCare Guidelines: https://www.smartpakequine.com/ColiCare Annual Wellness Requirements for ColiCare: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkwS8d92M2c Supplements for a Cushing's horse: http://blog.smartpakequine.com/2010/10/supplement-for-cushings-horse/ Have some of your own questions? Ask away! If your question gets selected to be in one of our Ask the Vet videos, you win a SmartPak gift card! How awesome is that!? All you have to do is submit your question on this blog post before March 30, 2017, using #AsktheVetVideo. If your question was answered in this video, reach out to us at CustomerCare@SmartPak.com and let us know! We'll get your gift card out to you as soon as we can! You can also ask your questions on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or right here on our blog, where you can read all of Dr. Lydia Gray's Ask the Vet articles (http://pak.horse/1TxdXlf)! Make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you know when the next episode comes out - your question may be featured! Questions answered in this episode: 1. As the spring comes and horses start to shed their winter coat, I thought of this question. Is it healthy to use a shedding blade to get the winter coat off faster or is it healthier to leave it alone and wait until the horse will lose his winter coat by himself? 2. When should I start my horses on pasture as the spring comes? I’ve heard after the winter the grass in the pastures get too much sugar and fructan and are not healthy for horses to graze on. When is the best time to start letting the horses out to graze? 3. How should the feed ration of a horse change in the spring and should it at all? Is it recommended, in general, to put a horse on less grain than he was in the winter? I know each horse is individual, but I would love to hear about this in general. 4. Does it make a difference at all if a horse has his/her spring shots in early or late spring? Does it affect the way he is going to respond to the shots or anything else? 5. What is Cushing’s, and what is it caused by? What can I do to manage it?
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Giving horses a shot
 
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America’s Wild Horses Are Under Threat | NBC Left Field
 
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A federal law protects tens of thousands of wild horses across millions of acres in America’s West. But with their numbers now skyrocketing, the Trump administration wants to make selling them for slaughter legal again, and the future of these icons of America’s West is hanging in the balance.  SUBSCRIBE: http://nbcnews.to/2rAQzwx   FOLLOW NBC LEFT FIELD: Facebook: http://nbcnews.to/2rACLSM Instagram: http://nbcnews.to/2rAsQwp Twitter: http://nbcnews.to/2rAsWUN CALL THE FIELD PHONE: ️  (315) LF-FIELD VISIT OUR SITE: http://nbcleftfield.com Video: Sky Dylan-Robbins __ ABOUT NBC LEFT FIELD: NBC Left Field is a new internationally-minded video troupe that makes short, creative documentaries and features specially designed for social media and set-top boxes. Our small team of cinematographers, journalists, animators and social media gurus aims to unearth stories and breathe creative life into current headlines. While pushing boundaries at home and abroad, NBC Left Field will also be serving as an experimental hub for NBC News style, treatment and audience engagement.
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Treating Non Healing Wound Horses & Animals - Multi Radiance ActiVet Pro Class 1 Laser
 
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We are pleased to bring you this astonishing study of Scarlett, a Super Mare dressage horse from Caledonia Dressage Horses. Scarlett was diagnosed with an ovarian tumour last year, she needed it removing for her own health and to ensure she was able to continue producing embryos for their breeding programme. Following her operation Scarlett was left with a large open, non healing, deep wound, with visible tissue. The wound was more than 3 inches in diameter and full of various bacteria. The Vet prescribed the mare different courses of antibiotics. The owners were told it would take at least 6-8 weeks for recovery. Unfortunately the wound was looking worse and the antibiotics not working. The very distressed and worried owners contacted us to trial the ActiVet Pro Class 1 laser. From day one of using the laser the owners were witnessing spectacular results and in just 17 days the wound had completely healed. Venn Healthcare are the UK distributors of the Multi Radiance Lasers - This cordless, portable laser therapy system for the Veterinary market speeds up recovery times and reduces the need for medication. Easy to use and fits in your pocket, ideal for busy vets and pet owners. As this is a class 1 laser there is no need for the Vet, the owners or the animals to wear goggles, making it far easier to treat these animals. The Technology... 50 W of Super Pulsed Laser power, 300% more total power than its predecessor, and 900% more blue light, the ACTIVet PRO provides more power and faster treatment times without raising skin temperature, making it the safest high powered laser on the market. The blue LED light accelerates wound repair and reduces bacteria in wounds, including MRSA, providing your animals / pets with a safe, fast and drug-free alternative recovery. Multi Radiance technology has proven its technology works, without limitations. The technology safely delivers the most light to deep tissue and facilitates absorption. In clinical studies, Super Pulsed Lasers beat Class IV Lasers in safety, controlling inflammation mitigating pain, infection control and wound care, setting a new standard for veterinary laser therapy. An increase in power can shorten treatment times and provide powerful pain relief. However, unlike high powered Class IV lasers, the ACTIVet PRO increases power without the unwanted photothermal effect, avoiding the production of excessive reactive oxygen species (ROS) that can lead to photocytotoxicity and apoptosis. Laser, like ultrasound, at low levels, can stimulate while at higher levels it becomes destructive. The synchronous use of high power super pulsed laser, and ultra-bright infrared, red and blue LEDs optimises the biological effects of the entire phototherapeutic window to accelerate healing and reduce pain. Contact Hugh Fullerton Smith - info@vennhealthcare.com www.Vennhealthcare.com - medical and aesthetic devices.
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Advanced Equine Reproductive Ultrasound: Vet iPhone App running on an iPhone 5
 
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Advanced Equine Reproductive Ultrasound is an App demonstrating ultrasound diagnosis of feral sexing, uterine diseases, ovarian diseases and twin diagnosis in the mare. It is fully illustrated with high quality ultrasound stills and loops to aid the equine vet
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copy right 2017 CAES Interview of BLM at Delta Utah Wild Horse Holding Pen
 
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Citizens Against Equine Slaughter (CAES) interview on day one (1) of the Secret National Wild Horse and Burro Summit, at the Delta BLM Holding Pen. by Patience O'Dowd, also of "Two Women in a Car" with Lorri Burnett! ON RANGE MANAGEMENT -Feasible and non-lethal Ranchers, Hunters, and Trappers, fear a - Slippery Slope of Animal Rights unnecessarily as advocates push for non-lethal management of Wild Horses via dartable immuno-contraception. This is called native PZP produced for only $25/dart at the Science and Conservation Center in Billings Montana. This contraceptive, native PZP, can be darted from helicopter in the remotest of areas and a family band can be darted in minutes without being seperated of taken off the range. The BLM states that expensive holdingpens and/or feeding and holding in a pens costs $50,000 for the life time of a wild horse. This is a ruse. Rather than expensive warehousing or death, it is time to acually manage and there is little excuse when darting can be taken care of by hellicopter as needed for on range management vs. euthanasia or slaughter. Veterans and veterinarians as well as other trained personnel are logical candidates for this task. While the BLM has refused to manage via immuno contraception until now. The American people will never accept management of our wild horses by lethal means. Get over it. Start managing, it's long overdue.
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CONTRACEPTION FOR DOGS.
 
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How to stop your dogs mating, when you don't want more puppies.
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Sweet Itch & Allergies Explained
 
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Alex Wood from B&W Equine Vets gives us the signs, symptoms and management of Sweet Itch and other equine allergies such as dust, pollen and food allergies. What should we look out for, how serious are some allergies, allergy management and testing for allergies. Alex explains all on the #HorseHour Podcast. Follow B&W Equine Vets on Twitter: @BWEquineVets visit their website: bwequinevets.co.uk Join in the conversation on Twitter just use #HorseHour, Mondays 8pm GMT/3pm EST. Follow us @HorseHour @AmyStevenson1
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Vet inserts hand into cow's rectum to initiate artificial insemination
 
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A cow is held still, while a veterinarian inserts a tube with the bull's sperm in it, to bring about artificial insemination of this cow in a farm in India. Artificial insemination (AI) is the process of collecting sperm cells from a male animal and manually depositing them into the reproductive tract of a female. One can cite a number of potential benefits from the use of artificial insemination. 1. Increased efficiency of bull usage: During natural breeding, a male will deposit much more semen than is theoretically needed to produce a pregnancy. In addition, natural breeding is physically stressful. Both of these factors limit the number of natural matings a male can make. However, collected semen can be diluted and extended to create hundreds of doses from a single ejaculate. Also, semen can be easily transported, allowing multiple females in different geographical locations to be inseminated simultaneously, and semen can be stored for long periods of time, meaning that males can produce offspring long after their natural reproductive lives end. 2. Increased potential for genetic selection: Because artificial insemination allows males to produce more offspring, fewer males are needed. Therefore, one can choose only the few best males for use as parents, increasing the selection intensity. Furthermore, because males can have more offspring, their offspring can be used in a progeny test program to more accurately evaluate the genetic value of the male. Finally, individual farmers can use artificial insemination to increase the genetic pool with which his or her animals can be mated, potentially decreasing effects of inbreeding. 3. Decreased costs: Male animals often grow to be larger than females and can consume relatively larger amounts of feed. Also, male animals are often more strong, powerful, and potentially ill-mannered and thus require special housing and handling equipment. 4. Increased safety for animals and farmers: As mentioned, male animals can become large and aggressive. These factors mean that maintaining a bull on a farm may be dangerous. Also, because of the relatively larger size of adult males than females, natural mating is more likely to result accidents and injury to either the cow or the bull than is artificial insemination. 5. Reduced disease transmission: Natural mating allows for the transfer of venereal diseases between males and females. Some pathogens can be transmitted in semen through artificial insemination, but the collection process allows for the screening of disease agents. Collected semen is also routinely checked for quality, which can help avoid problems associated with male infertility. Artificial insemination has some potential drawbacks, however, that must be considered. First, it can be more labourious. Male animals instinctively detect the females that are in the correct status for conception. With artificial insemination the detection work falls on the responsibility of the farmer. Poor detection results in decreased rates of fertility. Also, increasing the number of offspring per male has selective advantages only if the best males can be accurately determined. Otherwise this process only decreases the genetic variability in a population. Increasing the number of offspring per male always reduces the gene pool. The benefits of more intense selection must be balanced against the negative effects of decreased variation. Source : http://www-naweb.iaea.org This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com
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Steps Urged to Prevent Snakebites, Improve Treatments
 
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This is the VOA Special English Development Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com Snakes bite an estimated five and a half million people worldwide each year. Experts say tens of thousands of people die from venom poisoning. An untreated or incorrectly treated bite might require the removal of a foot or an arm. Each year around four hundred thousand amputations are the result of snakebites. Last year, for the first time, the World Health Organization added snakebites to its list of "neglected tropical diseases." This recognition aims to bring greater attention to the problem. Scientists know of about three thousand kinds of snakes. About six hundred of them are poisonous. These are most often found in rural areas in tropical climates. Asia and Africa have the highest number of snakebites -- together about four million a year. Latin America and islands in the South Pacific follow. The highest number of victims are agricultural workers. Snakebites are also common among fishermen, hunters and children. Many victims live in areas with poor or non-existent health care systems and where antivenom treatments are often not available. Antivenom is the only cure. But experts say antivenom technologies and their use need to be improved. Problems include a shortage of manufacturers and the high cost of treatment. Also, there is a widespread lack of knowledge among local health workers about how to use antivenoms. The treatments can cause dangerous and even deadly reactions if not used carefully. Antivenom contains proteins from animals such as horses or sheep. The animals are injected repeatedly with one or more different snake venoms to produce immunity. The Lancet medical journal recently published a series of reports on snakebite prevention and treatment. David Warrell at the University of Oxford in England co-wrote one of them. He praised efforts by the WHO to establish common practices for the production, regulation and control of antivenom. But he says more must be done. The authors say community education programs could help prevent snakebites by teaching people how to avoid them. They also suggest actions like providing protective boots to wear while working in fields, and not sleeping on the ground. Also important is providing information about where dangerous snakes are most likely to live and when they are most active. And that's the VOA Special English Development Report. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 25Jan2010)
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NMLB PlacitasRoundup 3 17 2014 D
 
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HOW YOU CAN HELP 1. Call Bill Sauble, Livestock Board Chair at 505-841-6161. Stop the round-ups of wild horses as estray livestock, allow the use of PZP immuno-contraception. 2. Contact the Wild Horse Observers Association at our website; whoanm.org. Donate, Join. Further Info: The New Mexico Livestock Board (NMLB) has disallowed the use of the immuno contraceptive (PZP non-sterilizing) on the Placitas Wild Horses. The NMLB is instead removing them from Placitas as estray livestock, and it appears that they are zeroing them out against the will of the overwhelming majority in Placitas (as shown by multiple surveys through time) There are two Placitas non-profits that are trained and have volunteered to administer and fund this very feasible, and non-toxic immuno-contraceptive PZP with over 95% efficacy. The goal is to manage their population at a reasonable number without round ups! Below is a prime example which shows how this can be accomplished! Statements from Dr. Jay Kirkpatrick of the Science and Conservation Center in Montana, on the twenty year use of PZP on the wild horses at Assateague National Park, sent: Thursday, March 6, 2014. Subject: Re: Taffy reaches 33 in good condition "Research with PZP immunocontraception began on Assateague Island National Seashore (NPS) in 1988 and continued through 1993. The results demonstrated that the vaccine was safe, effective (95%), didn't affect pregnancies in progress or the health of foals, didn't affect behavior or social organization, its contraceptive effects were reversible and that it could be delivered remotely, without handling horses. Based on these results the NAtional Seashore (ASIS) began actual management of the entire herd in 1994, when the population was 175. Twenty years later the population is at 100, the NPS goal, and no horses have been removed. Other effects includes significantly better body condition and health, and significantly longer lives, and the horses retain their evolutionary driven social organization and behavior. From this point on, the goal is to maintain the herd at this number." Jay F. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D. The Science and Conservation Center 2100 S. Shiloh Road Billings, MT 59106 Dr. Kirkpatrick's first statement sent out about Taffy is also below: Sent: Thursday, March 6, 2014 8:51 AM Subject: Taffy reaches 33 in good condition Allison sent this photo to me a few days ago. T5AF (Taffy) is now 33, on an island where prior to fertility control no mare ever reached age 20 and the mean age at death for mares was about 7 years. Yes, our task is to control populations, but beyond that we are bringing longer and healthier lives to wild horses. Taffy is not the first, nor the only horse there (ASIS) to reach 30 and beyond, but the photo more or less put a needed punctuation mark on what we do and the benefits - beyond saving grass for cows. "Taffy was started on PZP fertility control in 1994, as management level contraception began on ASIS. Prior to that time she had 5 foals in her first 13 years of life. SInce that time (1994) she has been treated for 15 years and has not had a single foal since then. She has been a dominant member of her band all that time and displays normal wild horse behavior (although she is wary of us!). The question this poignant photo raises, at least for me, is why can't we try to do this for all wild horses? If I have missed anyone who should see this or read this, please send it on. My best to all of you. Jay" Placitans pictured in the road in this video are asking the same question. With droughts coming and going, what better time than to start the use of PZP? Mares would then not have the difficult winter and spring (carrying a foal) and would not require as much forage. Perfect all the way around!!! WHOA has currently filed suit against the New Mexico Livestock Board regarding the NMLB blocking the use of PZP and their removal and treatment of the Placitas wild horses as estray livestock. Our other two videos are here: Placitas Mural of area wildlife including the wild horses: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mZcka_6zIk Another Round up in Placitas 1/22/2014: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cdpDqZh4kM
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Ask the Vet - EPM vs Wobblers vs Lyme disease
 
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In this excerpt from the October 2017 episode of Ask the Vet, Dr. Gray and SmartPaker Sarah talk about the differences in EPM, Wobblers, and Lyme disease and what, if anything, can be done to treat horses that are diagnosed with each. Plus, they discuss what may (or may not) happen at veterinary conferences. To see more from our Ask the Vet video series, you can check them out on the SmartPak blog (http://pak.horse/2bt0jyw), SmartPak's Horse Health Library (http://pak.horse/HHLvideos), or on our Ask the Vet playlist (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfYc1fRT-Znh7r1veIfAzMUHd-AsA85sY).   Want to know when the next Ask the Vet videos get posted? SUBSCRIBE to our channel! Want your question answered so you can win a SmartPak gift card? Ask your horse health question in the comments, on any of our social media channels, on our blog, or on our new form at www.SmartPak.com/AsktheVetQuestions and be sure to use #AsktheVetVideo.   Happy learning and #haveagreatride.
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TRAINING VIDEO | QwikCheck Gold Automated Semen Analyzer for Horses | Equine Dosing and QQ
 
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The QwikCheck Gold E is an accurate semen analysis instrument designed for rapid semen analysis and dosing. The instrument also features extended sample and cooled sample QC modes. Reported parameters include Sperm Concentration, Sperm Motility, Progressive Motility, Normal Morphology (Raw Mode), Velocity, and much more. On board heating stage, disposable testing supplies and a lower cost per test compared to other automated instruments. The instrument is a great solution for Horse Breeders, Private Farms, and Veterinarians in the fertility business. MES / A-Tech contact information is available at the end of the video.
Cow goes down with milk fever
 
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She calved yesterday. Found her this morning lying flat out but 1 bottle of calcium and she was back on her feet after just 5 mins. First thing she done after getting up was top search for her Swedish red x Holstein calf
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Evidence of Geo-engineering AKA Chemtrails Time-lapse
 
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So far... This is 2 hours and a half time lapsed by 5000%. Filmed on November 23 2013 in the northwest of England. These large burst seem to be happening more frequently now, and it's not everyday, and you can even see normal planes not leaving massive trails that stay in the sky for literally hours. THIS HAS TO STOP! For those skeptical or simply in denial about chemtrails, or those who associate anything fringe with the word theory I suggest you research population reduction agendas, spoken by the horses mouths themselves, as well as the fact that the phrase conspiracy theory was first invented and pushed by the CIA in order to get people to dismiss claims that JFK was not shot by Oswell, but it was the result of his last speech talking about secret societies, but this video is not about JFK, I just want to make that clear. We only live once, and this is a very serious issue, as well as all of the conspiracy REALITIES, so the time is now to take life seriously. There is no sound as you might have noticed, there is nothing wrong with your speakers. Apparently even despite visual irrefutable evidence such as this and when aerial spraying to deal with "climate change" has been admitted, when it could be a cause itself, some people are still denying that this is going on, so it's better to have only the eyes stimulated. ♚ ♛ ♜ ♝ ♞ ♟ ♔ ♕ ♖ ♗ ♘ ♙ Links for more information: Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnwEwqWwlzg http://www.criticalunity.org/videos/displayresults/0.html?pattern=chemtrails&rpp=0&sort=0&ep=&ex= http://geoengineeringwatch.org/ http://aircrap.org/
Views: 13812 Critical Unity
N.C. Coastal Reserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve
 
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Rachel Carson Natural Features The Rachel Carson Reserve is located between the mouths of the Newport and North Rivers and directly across Taylor’s Creek from the historic town of Beaufort in Carteret County. The main part of the site, just south of Beaufort, is a complex of islands which includes Carrot Island, Town Marsh, Bird Shoal, and Horse Island. These islands are more than three miles long and less than a mile wide. Middle Marsh, separated from the rest of the site by the North River Channel, is almost two miles long and less than a mile wide. The entire Rachel Carson component is 2,315 acres. Acquisition of the area was completed in 1985, with the addition of Middle Marsh in 1989. The islands and estuarine waters of the Rachel Carson Reserve are strongly influenced by river and inlet dynamics and the twice-daily tides. The resulting mix of fresh and salt water creates a pristine estuarine environment where juvenile fish and invertebrates find shelter and food. Diverse arrays of important coastal habitats are found at the site including: tidal flats, salt marshes, ocean beach, soft bottom, shell bottom, dredge spoil areas, sand dunes, shrub thicket, submerged aquatic vegetation, and maritime forest. More than 200 species of birds have been observed at the site, which is located within the Atlantic Migratory Flyway. Many species are considered rare or decreasing in number. The site is an important feeding area for Wilson’s plovers in the summer and piping plovers in the winter. The shrub thicket of Middle Marsh supports an egret and heron rookery. A diverse array of mammals inhabits the island including river otter, gray fox, marsh rabbit, raccoon, and a herd of feral horses. Atlantic bottlenose dolphins, diamondback terrapins, sea turtles, and many species of fish and invertebrates are found in the estuarine waters surrounding the site. Wild Horses Horses were brought to the site by a local citizen in the 1940s and eventually became wild or “feral,” thus they are considered non-native inhabitants of the islands. The horses are valued by locals and tourists alike as a cultural resource and symbol of wildness and freedom. A horse population boom and then die-off during the mid 1980s resulted in degraded habitats and unhealthy horses. To maintain the health of both the horses and the island ecosystem, select female horses are given birth control, through a remote injection, once per year. The horses subsist primarily on saltmarsh cordgrass and they dig for fresh water. Please help protect the horses and your safety by maintaining a distance of at least 50 feet away (the size of a large bus). A much larger distance is recommended for viewing the horses’ natural behaviors and protecting them from disturbance.
Views: 63 Willie Lewis
Wildlife Agencies and Hunters  continues to lie and mislead the public about deer birth control
 
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Hunters and wildlife Agencies are so afraid of deer birth control so they will do anything in their power to negate it by lying, deceiving and misleading the public. Wildlife Agencies and "Deer Management" or "Wildlife Management" is really about "managing" large herd of deer for recreational purpose year after year so in reality , all that "concern" about overpopulation and deer vehicle accident is their own doing. Every state that has the most hunters for many years had the most deer thus high deer vehicle accidents. What is an immunocontraceptive? Immunocontraception is non-hormonal form of contraception, based on the same principles as disease prevention through vaccination. An immunocontraceptive causes the production of antibodies against some essential element of the reproductive process, thus preventing pregnancy. How does PZP work? The zona pellucida is the membrane that surrounds all mammalian eggs. When the PZP immunocontraceptive is injected, the animal produces the antibodies that produced by the animal block the sperm receptors on the egg, making fertilization and thus pregnancy impossible. Jay Kirkpatrick. Ph.D. likens it to putting superglue in a lock. Isn't darting a deer the same thing as shooting it with an arrow?The darts used to deliver PZP vaccine are very small, approximately 3 inches long, and have a needle like a syringe, while arrows are razor tipped to cut through flesh and sinew and cause bleeding: they wound and kill. Darts do not: they hit, inject and pop out. Isn't PZP still experimental and unproved? PZP is experimental in the sense that is not marketed as a commercial vaccine. It is not experimental in the sense that it is unproved. Published documents in peer reviewed journals establish it as a sound fertility inhibitor. How much does PZP cost per dose per deer? The cost of PZP vaccine is between $10 and $25 per dose at present and is constantly being reduced as production becomes more efficient. Isn't PZP unnatural? PZP vaccine is as natural--or unnatural--as wearing clothes, taking aspirin, using chemical lures, high tech bows, razor tipped arrows, guns, traps and poison. PZP is a protein found in the ovaries of pigs, specifically the eggs. It is no different than the protein found in a pork chop or a piece of ham. Isn't hunting or sharp shooting more efficient than PZP? Hunting or culling with guns or bows, as it is practiced in Pennsylvania, is not effective due to reproductive rebound. If hunting reduced numbers, the Pennsylvania deer herd would not have constantly increased during the last century, while the number of deer killed each season has also increased. Most importantly is... What is reproductive rebound? Reproductive rebound is a well documented population dynamic in deer and other mammals. Deer conceive multiple embryos but the number of fawns actually born is determined by a number of complex factors including nutrition and herd density. With competition for food reduced by a sudden drop in herd numbers, younger fawns will breed and females will give birth to twins and triplets instead of single fawns.In its 1990 report, "An Assessment of Deer Hunting in New Jersey," New Jersey Fish and Game offered a detailed example of this process. Its report shows that even during hunting seasons in which killing female deer was the objective (antlerless seasons), the remaining females had increased birthrates that not only replaced the ones killed, but increased the overall size of the herd. PA reject it as well as many other Wildlife Agencies/DNR/DEC Why can't we use PZP vaccine for deer in PA? The Pennsylvania Game Commission, which controls wildlife in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, refuses to allow PZP vaccine to be used. Why do you suppose they and many other Wildlife Agencies refuses? "We strive to maintain a deer herd that each year that can provide quality sport to more than a million hunters." PA Game Commission For more Immunocontraception FAQs http://www.pzpinfo.org/pzp_faqs.html IS DEER HUNTING A VIABLE CONSERVATION TOOL? http://www.all-creatures.org/cash/cc2001-fa-deer.html WHAT IS COMPENSATORY REBOUND EFFECT AND WHY KILLING DEER WORSENS DEER POPULATION?. http://mathew5-7.blogspot.com/2009/04/what-is-compensatory-rebound-effect-and.html Deer Contraception - Video in full by Jay Kirkpatrick Ph. D http://saveeastgoshen.com/deer_contraception.htm should hunting organization be charged with murder 1? http://www.all-creatures.org/hope/deer-20070829.htm
Views: 2693 DeliberateCruelty
Breech birth simulation and positioning techniques
 
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Dr. Krebs demonstrates breech presentation techniques at the University of Calgary Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.
Artificial insemination of a Cow in India
 
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A cow is held still, while a veterinarian inserts a tube with the bull's sperm in it, to bring about artificial insemination of this cow on a farm in India. Artificial insemination (AI) is the process of collecting sperm cells from a male animal and manually depositing them into the reproductive tract of a female. One can cite a number of potential benefits from the use of artificial insemination. 1. Increased efficiency of bull usage: During natural breeding, a male will deposit much more semen than is theoretically needed to produce a pregnancy. In addition, natural breeding is physically stressful. Both of these factors limit the number of natural matings a male can make. However, collected semen can be diluted and extended to create hundreds of doses from a single ejaculate. Also, semen can be easily transported, allowing multiple females in different geographical locations to be inseminated simultaneously, and semen can be stored for long periods of time, meaning that males can produce offspring long after their natural reproductive lives end. 2. Increased potential for genetic selection: Because artificial insemination allows males to produce more offspring, fewer males are needed. Therefore, one can choose only the few best males for use as parents, increasing the selection intensity. Furthermore, because males can have more offspring, their offspring can be used in a progeny test program to more accurately evaluate the genetic value of the male. Finally, individual farmers can use artificial insemination to increase the genetic pool with which his or her animals can be mated, potentially decreasing effects of inbreeding. 3. Decreased costs: Male animals often grow to be larger than females and can consume relatively larger amounts of feed. Also, male animals are often more strong, powerful, and potentially ill-mannered and thus require special housing and handling equipment. 4. Increased safety for animals and farmers: As mentioned, male animals can become large and aggressive. These factors mean that maintaining a bull on a farm may be dangerous. Also, because of the relatively larger size of adult males than females, natural mating is more likely to result accidents and injury to either the cow or the bull than is artificial insemination. 5. Reduced disease transmission: Natural mating allows for the transfer of venereal diseases between males and females. Some pathogens can be transmitted in semen through artificial insemination, but the collection process allows for the screening of disease agents. Collected semen is also routinely checked for quality, which can help avoid problems associated with male infertility. Artificial insemination has some potential drawbacks, however, that must be considered. First, it can be more labourious. Male animals instinctively detect the females that are in the correct status for conception. With artificial insemination the detection work falls on the responsibility of the farmer. Poor detection results in decreased rates of fertility. Also, increasing the number of offspring per male has selective advantages only if the best males can be accurately determined. Otherwise this process only decreases the genetic variability in a population. Increasing the number of offspring per male always reduces the gene pool. The benefits of more intense selection must be balanced against the negative effects of decreased variation. Source : http://www-naweb.iaea.org This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of 50, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang @ gmail . com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com
Views: 84327 WildFilmsIndia
Seeds Of Fury: Birth of The WaterMeloNaut BITCH!
 
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A classic tale of a "Zero" that becomes a Hero... And a pimpin' one at that. Bitch. Ah, so you decided to click "more info" well here you go: I shot this footage over two years ago, and I just now finally got around to doing something with it. Every sound you hear in it was added in during editing. No live on location sound was used at all. The story is the same as when I shot it, but time, and recently discovering the "JUGGERNAUT BITCH" Videos, have drastically changed the dialogue lol... Anyway, for anyone thats ever wondered where did my "Watermelon Helmet " come from... this is it. This film (loosely) makes references to: PBS history profile Documentaries; THE JUGGERNAUT BITCH; The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers; Barack Obama; My Way Parody; The Matrix; Star wars (loosely) george washington; Abraham Lincoln; sex; pornography; Mr. Roger's Neighborhood; funny shit; The 5th element; Bruce willis; Dave Chapelle, beastiality
Views: 988 Lord Kalvin
Learning to Ultrasound
 
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September 16-18, 2016 Reproduction Management & Equine Ultrasound Class
Dr. J. B. Buffington - Abortion
 
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"Abortion" Author: Pastor David Cloud Abortion is legal in 54 countries today. It has been legal in America since the infamous Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973. Worldwide, roughly 46 million babies are destroyed in the womb each year. About one in five pregnancies end in abortion. The overwhelming majority of abortions are done as a means of birth control and convenience. God's people are obligated to honor God's Law more than man's. Though abortion is legal, that does not mean that it is right in God's eyes (Acts 5:29). By 21 days the baby's heart begins to beat and the blood flows through its body. At 45 days the tiny baby's brain waves can be detected. By 8 to 9 weeks the eyelids have begun forming and hair appears. By 9 or 10 weeks it sucks its thumb, jumps, frowns, swallows, and moves its tongue. By 12 or 13 weeks the baby has fingernails and its own unique fingerprints; all arteries are present, vocal chords are complete; the baby can cry and recoils from pain. At 14 weeks the mother begins to feel the baby moving inside of her. At 15 weeks the baby has fully-formed taste buds. At 16 weeks, it has eyebrows and eyelashes, and it can grasp with its hands, kick, and even somersault. At 20 weeks the baby can hear and recognize its's mother's voice. The most common types of abortion are the following: Suction Aspiration. This is the most common method during the first trimester of pregnancy. The tiny infant is literally sucked out of the womb by a powerful pump with a suction force nearly 30 times that of a home vacuum cleaner. The procedure tears the baby's body into pieces. Dilation and Curettage (D&C). This method is used up to 18 weeks. The abortionist uses a currette, a steel knife, to cut the baby into pieces so they can be removed. Partial Birth (D&X). Used for "advanced pregnancies," the baby is partially removed from the womb so that about half of its little body is exposed with its legs hanging outside the woman's body. The abortionist then plunges scissors into the baby's head at the nape of the neck and spreads them open to kill the child. It's brain is then removed by suction before the lifeless body is removed entirely. Salt Poisoning. This is used after 16 weeks. The abortionist injects a strong salt solution directly into the amniotic sac (the fluid surrounding the baby). As the baby breathes and swallows the solution, it is poisoned. It takes over an hour to kill the baby, with it struggling and convulsing during this time. Infants aborted in this manner are called "Candy Apple Babies," because the corrosive effect of the salt exposes the raw, red, glazed-looking subcutaneous layer of skin and its head thus looks like a candy apple. Prostaglandin Chemical Abortion. Drugs delivered through injection or suppository produces a violent labor and deliver of the child. Sometimes the baby is born alive, but it is too small to survive. RU-486. This drug taken in pill form produces an abortion by not allowing the newly-implanted baby access to an essential hormonal nutrient. Ru-486 is used after the mother misses her period, at which stage the baby is at least two to three weeks old. This is old enough to have a beating heart. To read full article go here: http://www.oldpathschristianity.com/articles/2010/11/david-cloud/abortion/
Views: 1514 OldPathPreachingTV
Vaccines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
 
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The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the minuscule risks, but some parents still question their safety. John Oliver discusses why some people may still feel uncertainty about childhood vaccinations. Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.com/user/LastWeekTonight Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook like your mom would: http://Facebook.com/LastWeekTonight Follow us on Twitter for news about jokes and jokes about news: http://Twitter.com/LastWeekTonight Visit our official site for all that other stuff at once: http://www.hbo.com/lastweektonight
Views: 9678364 LastWeekTonight
Doctors Marvel At Mama Horse’s Three Newborn Foals, But She Was Never Even Pregnant
 
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Doctors Marvel At Mama Horse’s Three Newborn Foals, But She Was Never Even Pregnant Lisa and Jimmy Gaudio own a farm in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. It’s the same farm on which Lisa raised Kyrie, her beloved Arabian horse. The pair formed an incredible bond as Lisa transformed the beautiful foal into a national champion. For personal reasons, Lisa and Kyrie were separated for 15 years. Lisa, however, made it her mission to track Kyrie down again — but when she finally brought her back home in 2013, Kyrie was suffering from health conditions that only worsened. Lisa made the gut-wrenching decision to have ailing Kyrie be put down. But thanks to advances in veterinary medicine, her legacy lived on in the form of a triple miracle that must be seen to be believed. In the minutes following Kyrie’s passing, Lisa and her team transferred her ovaries to the New Bolten reproduction center, where Dr. Tamara Dobbie recovered 16 eggs. “Those were then packaged and shipped overnight to Texas A&M where they performed invitromaturation, the actual ICSI procedure where they inject a single sperm cell into each egg,” Dr. Dobbie told FOX29. Using frozen sperm from a beautiful stallion, four matured embryos were then transferred to three different mares. All three mares were soon pregnant. In early 2017, three bundles of joy were welcomed into the world. First up was Epona, born to surrogate mom Mercy on January 16. Next was Big Man in Town, born to surrogate mom Peace on January 22. And on February 1, Elle Vitorina arrived to surrogate mom Graceon. “It is unusual to get so many pregnancies from a deceased mare’s ovaries,” Dr. Dobbie says. Watch the video below to meet the trio in which Kyrie’s spirit now lives on, and please SHARE this incredible story with your friends on Facebook!
Views: 767 SUPER GREAT NEWS TV
Horse Birth - Born 1 - Horse Giving Birth - Baby Horse - Best Shot Footage - Stock Footage
 
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Horse giving birth in a stable. The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is a hooved (ungulate) mammal, a subspecies of the family Equidae. The horse has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small multi-toed creature into the large, single-toed animal of today. Humans began to domesticate horses around 4000 BC, and their domestication is believed to have been widespread by 3000 BC. Although most horses today are domesticated, there are still endangered populations of the Przewalski's Horse, the only remaining true wild horse, as well as more common populations of feral horses which live in the wild but are descended from domesticated ancestors. There is an extensive, specialized vocabulary used to describe equine-related concepts, covering everything from anatomy to life stages, size, colors, markings, breeds, locomotion, and behaviour. Horses' anatomy enables them to make use of speed to escape predators and they have a well-developed sense of balance and a strong fight-or-flight instinct. Related to this need to flee from predators in the wild is an unusual trait: horses are able to sleep both standing up and lying down. Female horses, called mares, carry their young for approximately 11 months, and a young horse, called a foal, can stand and run shortly following birth. Most domesticated horses begin training under saddle or in harness between the ages of two and four. They reach full adult development by age five, and have an average lifespan of between 25 and 30 years. Horse breeds are loosely divided into three categories based on general temperament: spirited "hot bloods" with speed and endurance; "cold bloods", such as draft horses and some ponies, suitable for slow, heavy work; and "warmbloods", developed from crosses between hot bloods and cold bloods, often focusing on creating breeds for specific riding purposes, particularly in Europe. There are over 300 breeds of horses in the world today, developed for many different uses. Horses and humans interact in a wide variety of sport competitions and non-competitive recreational pursuits, as well as in working activities such as police work, agriculture, entertainment, and therapy. Horses were historically used in warfare, from which a wide variety of riding and driving techniques developed, using many different styles of equipment and methods of control. Many products are derived from horses, including meat, milk, hide, hair, bone, and pharmaceuticals extracted from the urine of pregnant mares. Humans provide domesticated horses with food, water and shelter, as well as attention from specialists such as veterinarians and farriers.
Views: 8558 Images Best Shot
UF researchers: Single dose of contraceptive vaccine controls fertility in cats for years
 
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University of Florida researchers, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, report that a single dose of an immunocontraceptive vaccine controls fertility over multiple years in adult female cats. The scientists hope their findings will aid in the registration and use of the vaccine, called GonaCon, to help manage overabundant feral cat populations humanely.
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what causes hyperhidrosis and how to cure excessive sweating
 
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Darting a zebra 101
 
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This is how you catch a zebra with a dart gun.
Views: 1354 circlehranchtexas
Farm Cow Pregnancy, Diagnosed Using KX5000V Animal Rectal Ultrasound
 
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See cow pregnancy using KX5000V animal rectal ultrasound. For veterinary animal surgical products used, please go to http://www.keebovet.com.
Top 10 Creepy Experiments In The World
 
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10. The Human Cyborg Kevin Warwick is a British scientist and a professor of cyberkenetics at the University of Reading in UK known for his researches in robotics. He also holds the distinct honor of heading up one of the most advanced cyborg research projects in the world, basically becoming the first “cyborg” in history. 9. Stomach-Eating Germs Drink Drs. Robin Warren and Barry Marshall were able to isolate the bacteria, Helicobacter pylori (H.pylori), that are responsible for stomach ulcers although the medical community immediately countered that stress, lifestyle, and diet are the main culprits. To prove their point, however, Dr. Marshal drank a dose of the bacteria that they had collected from stomach ulcer sufferers and immediately developed gastritis with achlorhydria, nausea, vomiting, and halitosis. 8. Stabbing His Own Heart Werner Theodor Otto Forssmann, a German surgical trainee in 1929, is famous for an experiment he performed on himself. Without any direction, he put himself under local anesthetic, incised a hole in his arm and pushed a catheter all the way up his limb and shoved it into his heart. He performed the procedure himself with two feet of cable after which he walked to the X-ray room. 7. Animal Mind Control Jose Delgado developed a “stimoceiver” in 1963, or a computer chip operated by a remote control unit used to electrically stimulate the different regions of an animal’s brain. The chip, which was embedded in the animal’s skull, could produce a variety of results that ranged from the involuntary movement of the limbs to eliciting emotions and appetite. 6. Elephant on Acid A study on elephant’s behavior resulted in the most outrageous experiments made in the name of science when Warren Thomas injected an elephant named Truko, with 297 milligrams of LSD, 3,000 times more than what a regular human user would take. The experiment, done at the Lincoln Park Zoo in Oklahoma City in 1962, was made to determine whether it would trigger temporary madness in elephants called ‘musth,’ where male elephants become overly aggressive. An hour later, however, Truko was dead. 5. The Homunculus Paracelsus was an alchemist and physician in the 1500s that was credited for his earliest works in toxicology and psychotherapy. He was also the first person ever to mention the unconscious in a clinical manner, though his most bizarre works lies in creating a ‘homunculus,’ basically a miniature human that is supposedly created by transplanting a human egg into a horses womb and then feeding it human blood. 4. The Two-Headed Dog Charles Claude Guthrie, an American physiologist, made significant contributions in his field and even collaborated with Alexis Carrel, a French physician who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology for Medicine in 1912 for their work on vascular surgery. Guthrie, although he should have been included, was denied the prize probably due to his head transplant experiments where he would sew the head of one dog onto another. 3. MK-Ultra Dr. Ewen Cameron believed that he had come up with a cure for schizophrenia by re-programming the brain with new thought patterns. With this method, patients were asked to wear headphones and listen to positive message repeatedly for days or weeks. Between the 1950s and 1960s, some patients with minor problems found themselves sedated with barbiturates, strapped in beds, and forced to listen to non-ending messages played over and over again. 2. Raising the Dead Robert E. Cornish, a child prodigy from the University of California, Berkeley who graduated with honors at the age of 18 and received his doctorate at 22, was interested in the idea that he could bring the dead back to life. In 1930, he attempted to bring dead animals back using a group of fox terriers all known as ‘Lazarus’. He placed them on a see-saw to get their blood flowing and while he was rocking their corpses back and forth he injected them with epinephrine and anticoagulants. 1. Nazi Experiments Nazi human experimentation was medical experimentation on large numbers of people by the German Nazi regime in its concentration camps during World War II. At Auschwitz, under the direction of Dr. Eduard Wirths, selected inmates were subjected to various experiments which were supposedly designed to help German military personnel in combat situations, to aid in the recovery of military personnel that had been injured, and to advance the racial ideology backed by the Third Reich. Don't forget to click LIKE, SUBSCRIBE and COMMENT Below! SUBSCRIBE NOW: https://www.youtube.com/c/sxmscelik?sub_confirmation=1 Contact: sxcelik@gmail.com Follow Me On ✓Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sxmscelik ✓Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/sxmscelik ✓Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/sxmscelik ✓Google+: https://plus.google.com/+sxmscelik Music: incompetech.com Video Editing: Sony Vegas Pro 13
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2018 Audi RS3 Sportback and RS3 Saloon 400BHP Trailer
 
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The new Audi RS 3 Sportback* completes the Ingolstadt premium automaker’s sporty vanguard in the compact segment. Following the world premiere of the RS 3 Sedan* at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, the RS 3 Sportback now stands poised to make its entry at the Geneva International Motor Show. With the most powerful production five-cylinder in the world, outstanding dynamism and an even sharper look, the car offers an emotional driving experience. “The Audi RS 3 Sportback offers our customers an attractive introduction to the RS world,” said Stephan Winkelmann, CEO of Audi Sport GmbH. “Since 2011 the sporty compact model has proved itself extremely successful on the market. And with the new five-cylinder engine, the Audi RS 3 Sportback is at the head of its class and continuing that strong track record.” From 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 4.1 seconds Behind the impressive performance of the Audi RS 3 Sportback is the world’s most powerful production five-cylinder engine – the 2.5 TFSI. It delivers 294 kW (400 hp) of output – 33 hp more than the predecessor engine – and is 26 kilograms (57.3 lb) lighter thanks to its aluminum crankcase, among other features. Its maximum torque of 480 Nm (354.0 lb-ft) is available at engine speeds as low as 1,700 rpm and remains constant up to 5,850 rpm. That’s how the RS 3 Sportback is able to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in 4.1 seconds. The effect of this extraordinary tractive power is intensified by the five-cylinder’s unmistakable sound, which comes from having the ignition alternate between directly adjacent cylinders and widely spaced ones. On request, Audi will increase the electronically limited top speed from 250 km/h (155.3 mph) to 280 km/h (174.0 mph). For better mixture preparation, the new 2.5 TFSI engine employs dual injection into the intake manifold and into the combustion chambers. On the exhaust side, the Audi valvelift system controls the duration of valve opening depending on the throttle and engine speed – for moderate fuel consumption at low and partial load as well as more spontaneous throttle response and a high level of tractive power at full load. In the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) the RS 3 Sportback uses 8.3 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers (28.3 US mpg), which equates to 189 grams of CO2 per kilometer (304.2 g/mi). quattro drive with variable distribution of power The S tronic seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and quattro permanent all-wheel drive transfers the power of the five cylinders to the road. And the electro-hydraulic multi-plate clutch distributes the drive torque variably between the axles. The sportier the driving, the faster and more often a large share of the torque reaches the rear axle. quattro management is integrated as a standard feature in the dynamic handling system Audi drive select, as are the steering, S tronic, the engine management, the adjustable exhaust flaps, and the optional RS sport suspension with adaptive damper control. The driver can individually vary the operation of these components between three modes – comfort, auto and dynamic. Handling is perfected using the Electronic Stabilization Control (ESC) with wheel-selective torque control and the sport mode specially tuned for the RS.
Views: 1236 Stable Lease
Dangerous Khiladi 6 (Doosukeltha) 2017 New Released Full Hindi Dubbed Movie | Vishnu Manchu
 
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A small bet by Chinna during his childhood results in his family escaping from a village and eventually he grows to become a streetsmart and intelligent man with a kind heart. Due to his act, the life of Alekhya also gets disturbed and her immediately family disowns her. She grows to become a doctor and a chance incident gets her in touch with Chinna. He starts liking her and also protects her from some unidentified killers. But after discovering his real identity, Alekhya puts him away. In order to repair the mistake he did in his childhood, Chinna decides to get Alekhya back to her family and whether that happens or not forms the rest of the story Movie:- Dangerous Khiladi 6 (Doosukeltha) StarCast:- Vishnu Manchu, Lavanya Tripathi, Brahmanandam, Ali, Raghu Babu Directed By:- Veeru Potla Music By:- Mani Sharma ------------------------------------------------ Enjoy and stay connected with us!! Subscribe to Goldmines Telefilms:- http://www.youtube.com/goldminestelefilms Circle us on G+ http://www.google.com/+goldminestelefilms Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/goldminestelefilmspvtltd Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/gtelefilms ------------------------------------------------ Goldmines Movies,Goldmines,Dangerous Khiladi 6 hindi dub movies, Dangerous Khiladi 6 Full Telugu Movie,Vishnu Manchu Hindi Dubbed Movies 2017, Lavanya Tripathi Hindi Dubbed Movies 2017,2017 New Hindi Dubbed Movies, Dangerous Khiladi 6 Full Hindi Dubbed Movie,Doosukeltha telugu movies,south indian movies dubbed in hindi full movie 2017 new,2017 new hindi movies, Brahmanandam hindi dubbed movies 2017
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Where Do You Give A Goat A Shot?
 
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2017 Audi RS3 Sedan 400hp - interior Exterior and Drive
 
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Pole position in the compact segment: The Audi RS 3 Sedan New RS 3 sedan expands the brand’s product line internationally 2.5 TFSI aluminum engine with 294 kW (400 hp) and 480 Nm torque (354.0 lb-ft) Wider track compared with the Audi A3 and distinctive RS design Audi will be presenting the most dynamic model of the A3 model series, the Audi RS 3 sedan at this year’s Motor Show in Paris*. With a 400 hp five-cylinder engine, groundbreaking efficiency and an even sharper look, it is the first compact Audi sedan to bear the RS label. The new 2.5 TFSI outputs 294 kW (400 hp) – 33 hp more than its predecessor. That makes it the most powerful five-cylinder engine on the world market. Its 480 Nm (354.0 lb-ft) of torque is available at engine speeds between 1,700 and 5,850 revolutions per minute for outstanding tractive power. The compact RS model sprints from 0 to 100 km/h (62.1 mph) in just 4.1 seconds. It can attain a maximum speed of 250 km/h (155.3 mph); on request Audi will increase the electronically limited top speed to 280 km/h (174.0 mph). The unique sound of the five-cylinder unit intensifies an already emotionally charged driving experience. Its sound comes from having the ignition alternate between directly adjacent cylinders and widely spaced ones. The sound can be modified via Audi drive select. With its light-alloy crankcase, the five-cylinder engine is 26 kilograms (57.3 lb) lighter than its predecessor. It employs a dual injection into the intake manifold and into the combustion chambers, as well as the Audi valvelift system for variable control of the exhaust valves. The result is optimal power development at a reduced consumption level. Sportiness, top traction and driving safety With lightning-fast shifting, the S tronic seven-speed dual clutch transmission transmits the power of the 2.5 TFSI to the quattro permanent all-wheel drive. Its electro-hydraulic multi-plate clutch distributes the drive torque variably between the axles. The electronic control combines superior stability with a high level of driving pleasure. The sportier the driving, the faster and more often will a large share of the torque reach the rear axle. The result: especially agile driving characteristics. quattro management is integrated as a standard feature in the Audi drive select dynamic handling system, as are the steering, S tronic, engine management and the adjustable exhaust flaps. The driver can individually vary the operation of these components between the three modes comfort, auto and dynamic. The same is true for the optional RS sport suspension plus with adaptive damper control. Read More https://www.audi-mediacenter.com/en/press-releases/pole-position-in-the-compact-segment-the-audi-rs-3-sedan-6820 interior New 2016 Test Drive "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
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