Artificial Insemination: It's Not How Much You Have, It's Where You Put It

When it comes to artificial insemination in horses, the site of deposition might have a big impact on the procedure's outcome. Placing semen directly into the uterine horn containing the ready follicle could allow breeders to use far less ejaculate per mare, maximizing stallion fertility rates, and reducing the likelihood of endometritis, according to Juan Samper, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT, of

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