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Prevent CEM, Other Infectious Diseases Through Strict Hygiene

Strict hygiene guidelines should be followed whenever handling breeding mares or stallions to prevent reproductive infectious diseases, including contagious equine metritis (CEM).

CEM is spread between horses primarily by breeding, either b

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Breeding Equipment

Want your mare in Texas bred to a stallion in Germany? It?s easy with today’s equipment and technology.

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Summit Speakers Discuss Equine Reproductive Technology

Four speakers discussed advances in assisted reproduction to wrap up the session on the emerging science of horse breeding at the Kentucky International Equine Summit, held in Lexington, Ky., April 28-29. The speakers agreed that the key is not

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The Business of Breeding

Breeding in the horse world breaks down into a few categories: field breeding (where the horses just do what comes naturally) live cover in a breeding shed, and artificial insemination. The tools of the trade range from very basic to high-tech

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Well-Equipped Breeding




Tips on what you might need to equip your stallion breeding station, from microscopes to AVs


The lexicon of the breeding shed has changed

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Lubricants Can Harm Sperm: New Product Preserves Motility

Results of a recent research study indicated most nonspermicidal veterinary lubricants decrease sperm motility during cooled semen storage. Juan Samper, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT, of JCS Veterinary Reproductive Services near Vancouver, British Columbia,

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How Far We’ve Come

I was flattered when I was asked to discuss how far we’ve come in equine reproduction. I found it interesting to go back and review the many changes that have occurred.

Stallions

The use of artificial insemination has increased ove

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Breeding Expertise

The annual conference of the Society for Theriogenology (SFT) was held Aug. 22-26 in St. Paul, Minn. Scientists and clinicians specializing in reproduction shared new research and updated views on many topics during the conference. Following are

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