EQST 402 Advanced Equine Reproduction

This course provides a practically-oriented approach to the common practices and problems involved in operating an equine breeding program. From a review of basic reproductive physiology to designing breeding and teasing programs, the primary emphasis of the course is to broaden the student's knowledge in the latest developments and techniques used in breeding horses. Other topics include artificial insemination, mare and foal care, syndications, breeding farm economics, and others. Field trip(s) are part of this course.




EQST 202 or ANSC 232