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In 2015 Leatherstocking Equine will stand 3 incredible stallions, all eligible to the rich New York Sire Stakes and Breeders Crown.
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David Hanson to join Leatherstocking Equine Center

Leatherstocking Equine Center in New Berlin, NY is excited to announce the appointment of David Hanson as General Manager of the Standardbred Breeding Division. Hanson brings 21 years of experience to Leatherstocking Equine from Morrisville State College where he worked as the Reproductive Manager, overseeing the school’s stallions and broodmares, as well as mentoring the next generation of breeding managers. While at Morrisville State College, he was integral in the success of their breeding program and Fall Yearling Sale. Leatherstocking Veterinary Services and Equine Center operate a full service large animal veterinary clinic and breeding facility serving clients throughout Central New York and northern PA. The facility sits on over 500 acres of farm land in Otsego County.

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Hope everyone is having as much fun putting in hay as we are! Lots of help makes light work (even on a hot day like today). Thanks team!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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What a great illustration of how the equine embryo migrates through the uterus while developing. ... See MoreSee Less

Migration of the equine embryo before fixation.

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Do you have a first aid kit in your barn or trailer to help deal with some if the most common problems horses get into? ... See MoreSee Less

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Leatherstocking Veterinary Services updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good Thursday morning from this striking saddlebred filly. She was up and nursing within an hour and is only 7 hours old in these photos. 💕🐴💕 ... See MoreSee Less

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Pregnancy checks are interesting this time of year as many of the mares are nearing the end of their first trimester already, while others are just starting to breed.
Just look at how fast the pregnancy develops from a small vesicle at 14 days, to being able to see the tiny embryo at 21 days. By 28 days a small flicker can be seen in the embryo (heartbeat).
The final picture here is at 58 days. The embryo takes on the appearance of a horse, and structures can be identified such as ribs, limbs, etc.
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2 weeks ago  ·  

These dairy cows sure are hoping he warm sunny weather returns soon!! Pasture is much more enjoyable on a warm sunny day! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago  ·  

This stallion came in to the clinic for castration this week as he had only one descended testicle. The other was retained high up in his inguinal ring. You can see there is a significant different in sized between the two.
He's doing well today and is headed home tomorrow.
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3 weeks ago  ·  

After this reining filly joined us Saturday evening we are only waiting for 3 more foals!! ... See MoreSee Less

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New Berlin, NY 13411

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New Berlin, NY 13411

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