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This Icelandic Horse and Travel Magazine back issue will still offer timeless information, tips, articles, and photos that will benefit and capture your interest for this equine breed. The focus of much of this issue is breeding. Feature articles include: Eating for Two, by Karen Biggs; Preparing the Mare for Breeding, by Moira F. Gunn, BVMS; When Should You Breed Your Mare? by Jos Mottershead; Love me or love me not, but successful breeding takes more than chance, by Jos Mottershead; Breeding with Chilled and Frozen Semen, by Jonathan F. Pycock, Specialist in Equine Reproduction; Body Conditioning Scoring: A useful skill for horse owners, by Bayle Ecker, B.A., B.Ed, M.Sc., Leslie Huber D.V.M., Wendy Driscoll, R.A.E., ERC; The Ethics of Breeding More than a popularity contest, by Jos Mottershead; Restraint Techniques for Breeding, by Karen Briggs; Embryo Transfer, by Les Sellnow; Management of the Foaling Mare and Management of the Pregnant Mare, by Janice Sojka, VMD, Mark Russell, PhD, and Brenda Weedman. Also included is a travel section with articles about the flowers of Iceland and volcanoes.
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Karen Jean Matsko Hood is the author of numerous cookbooks, children s books, poetry, and more. A woman of wide interests, she, her husband, sixteen children, and foster children make their home in Greenacres, Washington. Ms. Hood is currently working to complete her Ph.D. in Leadership Studies at Gonzaga University.
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