In this issue – September 2017 : Identifying bloodlines of animals with mutations · Sexed semen in dairy cows · Conventional vs automatic milking systems · Overground endoscopy in Thoroughbred horses · Honeys for wound healing · Cabergoline in anoestrous bitches · Florfenicol not recommended for chlamydiosis in koalas
Genotype disclosure in the genomics era : roles and responsibilities
Effect of insemination site and diameter of the pre‐ovulatory follicle on the odds of pregnancy in heifers using sexed or non‐sexed semen
Demographics, farm and reproductive management strategies used in Australian automatic milking systems compared with regionally proximal conventional milking systems
Comparison of the effects of topical application of UMF20 and UMF5 manuka honey with a generic multifloral honey on wound healing variables in an uncontaminated surgical equine distal limb wound model
Overground endoscopy in 311 Thoroughbred racehorses : findings and correlation to resting laryngeal function
Assessment of florfenicol as a possible treatment for chlamydiosis in koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus)
Dr Janan Iswaran 1936–2016
Use of cabergoline for oestrus induction in multiparous anoestrous Beagle bitches