Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some of the most frequently asked questions and answers about our Frozen Semen Horse Breeding Program. Click on the question to get the answer.

Everyone one I speak with, both reproduction veterinarians and breeders alike, tell me that a normal dose of frozen semen is 500 million cells, and yet your contract says the industry standard is 300 million. Can you provide me w/ some reference point that will demonstrate that the industry standard is 300 million?
What do I need to do now as far as guaranteeing my semen?
What is the suggested amount of doses one should purchase or does that vary by stallion?
How do I get the resulting foal registered, do you send a breeding certificate or something like that?
Do you require immediate shipment out, or will you store it until I'm ready to have it shipped?
Do you have data on first cycle conception rates for proven stallions?
If the semen is sitting for a year or two would this make a difference?
Do you want me to add the $75 processing fee to the cost of the doses?
I have read the contract and wanted to find out if my vet breeds my mare and finds that the semen post thaw is less then 30% motility, will you replace the dose if mare does not conceive?
I have my own dry shipper, will that save me anything if we can use it?
How do I know the cost of shipping before I decide to checkout?