Welcome to Zerlotti
Zerlotti Equine is a leader in the ever advancing field of equine genetics and has performed over 4000 successful embyro transfers over the years. Using today's most innovative procedures and renown experts, the facility has offered advanced breeding solutions to all breeds in the United States and abroad. Owner, Dr. Mario Zerlotti is an Internationally known expert in the field of Equine Reproduction with over 20 years of experience specializing in Embryo Transfers...
Early examination of the placenta provides the clinician with valuable and potentially life-saving information for the foal and mare. It should never be ignored in any foaling. The responsible for foaling should place the unwashed placenta carefully into a plastic bag immediately it is passed and store it in a cool place (not a freezer) until examination. The placenta should be examined within 12-24 hours; usually this will conveniently coincide with the primary (2–6 hours) examination or the second routine examination of the foal (at 24 hours). Step 1: Prepare by appropriate dress with protective coveralls, gloves and boots Remember that the placenta