Studies covered biofilms, chilled and frozen semen, endometritis, placentitis, oxidative stress and fertility, and more.
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Stallions and broodmares require special care. Learn how to keep breeding horses healthy.
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- Top Equine Reproduction Studies of 2014
- Appeals Court Rules AQHA Can Reject Clones
- Australia's Ban on AI in Thoroughbreds Upheld by High Court
- The Vet Tech's Role in Collecting and Handling Semen
- Equine Assisted Reproduction Techniques 101
- TAMU Researcher Studying IVF in Horses
- Researchers Mature Equine Oocytes in Laboratory
- Four Foals Produced using Genotyped, Cryopreserved Embryos
- Surrogate Mares' Impact on Embryo Transfer Foals Evaluated
- Post-Thaw Semen Quality Tested
- Embryo Transfer for Horses
- 10 Steps for Successful Artificial Insemination for Horses
- Artificial Insemination For Horses
- Semen Analysis
- Breeding With Chilled and Frozen Semen
- Restraint Techniques for Breeding
- Building a Horse Breeding Shed
- 'Cheap 'n' Easy' Method for Evaluating Stallion Sperm Described (AAEP 2012)
- Freezing Semen
- Breeding Equipment
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
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