Infertile mare? Deceased stallion? No problem! Equine reproduction has become high-tech enough to overcome these hurdles and more
Over the past three decades horse breeding has migrated from the farm to the laboratory. Clinical facilities now serve as the backdrop for many equine reproduction efforts—particularly those involving poor fertility or difficulty sustaining a pregnancy. In fact, nowadays neither the mare nor the stallion even have to be present or alive to produce healthy offspring.
The following is an overview of available and forthcoming technologies for horse breeders dedicated to overco
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