Is Embryo Transfer Part of Your Breeding Program?

December 09, 2016

Posted by SBS in Embryo Transfer

embryo Each year many mare owners choose to breed their mares and flush the embryos rather than allow them to carry their own foal.  They may do this because she is still in training, has trouble carrying her own foal to term or due to her age. Regardless of the reason, there are many things to consider before making the final decision. Our library of articles can be a great resource for the new or experienced breeder, whether you have one mare or stallion, or manage the operations of a large breeding farm. Here we will review our articles which encompass the basics of embryo transfer, the freezing of embryos and considerations when choosing the right embryo recipient herd.

Embryo Transfer and Frequently Asked Questions

Choosing the Right Recipient Herd

Cryopreservation of Equine Embryos

Recent Updates on Freezing Equine Embryos


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