Artificial Insemination

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Freezing Semen

The technology that allows us to freeze a stallion’s semen for future use has opened up a world of opportunities. Not only does it allow the stallion’s DNA to be available to mare owners around the globe, but it enables a stallion to stand at stud wh

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WEVA: On the Move

They met in Italy to exchange information about reproduction, sports medicine, infectious diseases, transportation, and surgery. The more than 300 delegates from 29 different countries, including Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Denmark

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Semen Analysis

A stallion produces untold billions of sperm during a lifetime, and in a normal ejaculate, he can send four billion of them on a race to fertilize a single egg. Only one sperm can succeed. Unfortunately, there are times when none of them succeed

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Maximizing Pregnancy Rates With Shipped Semen

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Dual Hemisphere Breeding

Thoroughbred breeding stallions truly have joined the jet set. These four-legged  Romeos are flying from one part of the world to another these days as they perform breeding duties on both sides of the equator. Hundreds of

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Breeding With Chilled and Frozen Semen

Artificial Insemination (AI) involves the introduction of sperm into the reproductive tract of the mare without natural mating. AI in the horse was first practiced long ago. Ancient Arabian texts describe how mares were successfully inseminated.

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Semen Gains Entry

Effective Oct. 20, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) eliminated importation requirements for equine semen crossing the border from Canada. That decision has the horse industry

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Artificial Insemination For Horses

Artificial insemination of equines has been around a long time and, through the years, has had a profound impact on the horse industry. Most of the impact has been of the positive variety, but there also have been some negatives. Just when

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Does Frozen Semen Really Work?

It has been more than 40 years since Canadian investigators reported the birth of the first foal from the insemination of a mare using frozen stallion semen. Since then, the technology of semen freezing has evolved tremendously. On a

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