Tennessee Bill Would Allow AI Without Veterinarian Supervision

A Tennessee bill, which should land on Gov. Phil Bredesen's desk later this month, would consider artificial insemination a farm management practice, meaning that the state would no longer require veterinary supervision in order to artificially inseminate a mare as it does now.

According to the Shelbyville Times-Gazette (www.t-g.com), the bill

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