How to carry out artificial insemination using fresh semen
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Artificial insemination can provide many benefits to breeding both in canines and other species. It allows the use of semen from stud dogs around the world without the requirement to transport the dogs, thereby opening up the possibilities of genetic diversity within a breed. The techniques required to perform insemination are complex but an invaluable tool in the breeding world.
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