Colorado State Lab Produces Foals Born from Frozen Mare's Eggs

The first foals produced from eggs harvested from a mare, frozen, and then thawed, were born recently at Colorado State University's Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory. Researchers say this is an important breakthrough since now scientists will be able to preserve reproductive material from the female as well as the male. The technology has potential beyond the horse industry in

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