A field study of the fertility of transported equine semen.


A field trial of artificial insemination in horses with transproted, chilled semen was conducted using a specially designed container which permitted a controlled, slow initial rate of cooling (-0.3 degrees C/min) and maintenance of a final temperature of 4 degrees -6 degrees C for more than 36 hrs. Forty-six mares in 23 states were inseminated with semen… (More)