The Sub-Fertile Stallion
Having a stallion on the premises adds another dimension to an equine operation whether it be on a farm where only a few mares are bred each year or one where that number is in the hundreds.
The master or controlling organs of a stallion’s reproductive system are the testes. Within their confines, spermatozoa are produced, along with testosterone, the primary male sex hormone.
Because of his aggressive nature a stallion must have his own housing and exercise area so that he can be segregated from other horses. The stallion also requires unique handling especially during breeding season; and this requires some expertise from a management point of view
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