Insemination & Embryos


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Palpation and ultra sounds are very important to pinpoint ovulation especially if you intend to use shipped or frozen semen.
Picture of Dr.G.E. Galloway DVM at work.

General Instructions for Thawing of Frozen Semen

Remove the straw from the nitrogen semen tank and place it in a 35 degrees Celsius water bath for at least 30 to 40 seconds. Take the straw out, dry them well, be careful to keep the semen warm, place the semen into a 10 to 15 ml tube, put it into a breeding pipette and breed the mare by placing the semen deep in the uterine body.

INSEMINATIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE PERFORMED BY A LICENSED VETERINARIAN.

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