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Frozen Semen

INTRODUCTION:

    • Frozen Semen for artificial insemination (FAI ) has been used in dairy cattle successfully for years.
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Cooled Semen

The introduction of cooled semen in the horse breeding industry has dramatically changed the process of selecting a suitable stallion to sire your next foal. Finding the right sire can be difficult when you are trying to match the current trends in

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Artificial Insemination

This procedure involves collecting the semen from the stallion and placing it in the mare’s uterus without a natural cover and by artificial means.

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Influencing The Sex Of Offspring

Sexing embryos by staining is possible but it is time consuming and reduces the viability of some embryos.

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Estrous Suppression

When mares misbehave or behave in ways contrary to the owner’s wishes the reason is often felt to be estrous cycle related.

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Embryo Transfer (ET)

Embryo transfer is the removal of an embryo from a donor mare and placing it in the uterus of a recipient mare. The recipient mare carries the pregnancy and delivers the foal as if it was her own. The foal retains the genes of the donor mare and the

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Low Dose Insemination Techniques

INTRODUCTION

  • To obtain acceptable pregnancy rates, the minimum recommended number of spermatozoa is:
      • 300 million progressively motile spermatozoa for fresh semen
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