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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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Wanted to share this "happy ending" after my visit with this handsome fella today. We met Justin last May. He was down, weak, covered in open draining sores, had a variety of serious medical issues, and at his lowest weighed only 749 lbs. It took A LOT of work, time and resources but just look at him now! Well conditioned, happy and being a horse. He never gave up, and neither did his rescuers. ... See MoreSee Less

One of Justin's fans suggested we do a before and after photo today. Those of us who love Justin dearly, cringe when we see the 'before' photo, but it is necessary to show what belief, hard work, mon...

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Last nights new arrival was very early (almost a month!) but is doing well. Another handsome colt. ... See MoreSee Less

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Not one, but TWO fillies at the clinic last night. We have quite a line-up of mares who are due/overdue. Now that is officially SPRING maybe they will start foaling on time! ;) The nice thing about mares is that the foal doesn't tend to come out until it is ready. Sometimes that may be 320 days from their breeding date, other times they may be pregnant over a year. Very few mares actually ever foal on their "due date" of 340 days. ... See MoreSee Less

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Join Dr. Rachel Fraser, our Blue Seal rep Sammi Clark, and the helpful staff at Brandow's Feed & Seed, Inc tonight for their Equine Night. ... See MoreSee Less

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Maybe we will use all those pink baby halters after all.... Another filly this morning. ... See MoreSee Less

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We has to have a filly eventually this year:) first little girl in a world of colts this year born tonight ... See MoreSee Less

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Join the Storm Family 4-H club at the Pittsfield Fire Hall on Saturday February 28th from 7am-11am. They are having a pancake breakfast to support the Gorrell family who lost their home in a fire. This local family has a dairy farm and are long time clients. Try your luck in the Chinese auction to win this great basket. ... See MoreSee Less

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This week some of our discount farm call days were pretty busy. Those on the ball horse owners took advantage of an only $15 farm call for spring vaccines, routine bloodwork, oral examinations and coggins tests. When the weather breaks and everyone starts scrambling and thinking about riding there will be some people smiling because they have papers in hand and are ready to hit the trails.
This week's locations will be
Feb 24- Hamilton, Earlville
Feb 25- Garrattsville, Morris
Feb 26- Oneonta, Mount Vision, Laurens
Feb 27- Stamford, Harpursfield, Davenport

The March schedule is available in a previous post or you can call the clinic. Some of the March dates are very close to being full so please call the office if you plan to take advantage of this great deal.
(607) 847-9990.
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Large Animal Clinic

117 County Hwy 17
New Berlin, NY 13411

Phone: 607.847.9990
Fax: 607.847.9994


Small Animal Clinic

1033 State Hwy 80
Edmeston, NY 13335

Phone: 607.965.8991
Fax: 607.965.2384

New Berlin

Small Animal Clinic

5094 State Highway 8
New Berlin, NY 13411

Phone: 607.847.6118
Fax: 607.847.8273


Small Animal Clinic

4 Heritage Drive
Cooperstown, NY 13326

Phone: 607.547.8488
Fax: 607.547.1207

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