Stud Farm Management. Primarily equine reproductive management, neonatal care, and yearling development.
purpose of this elective is to provide a student with clinical
experience regarding stud farm veterinary medicine. The student will
assist the resident veterinarian with care of neonates and peripartum
mares, reproductive management of broodmares and stallions, yearling
development, racetrack layups, and herd health management. The busiest
times of the year are January-June (breeding season) and August-October
(sales at Keeneland).
Resident veterinarian is ACT board eligible and will be taking the examination in August 2012.
University of Kentucky Maxwell Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
Assistance with all clinical duties.
On-call for all after-hours emergencies (4 pm - 6 am).
Option to assist with foalings
Yes; one student per rotation.
Attn: Dr. Charlie Scoggin
703 Winchester Road
Paris, KY 40361