Pigeons were regularly used for official and military communications, Continue reading
Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov would collect semen from a stallion (male horse) when it mounted a fake mare (fake female horse). One a sample was collected, it would be diluted and stored. When needed the diluted sample would be inserted in to the genital track of a real mare.
Name(s): Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov
- Equine Artificial Insemination – Meadows Veterinary Centre
Dr Greg Rodda has had a special interest in Equine Reproduction especially chilled and frozen insemination for over 25 years and more recently ET or Embryo Transfer.
- First Wild Horse Born From Artificial Insemination Moving From the …
The first Przewalski’s (cha-VAL-skee) horse born from artificial insemination moved from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (SCBI) to the Dakota Zoo in Bismarck, N.D., today, Nov. 21. The move is based on a breeding recommendation.
- First Przewalski’s Horse Born Via Artificial Insemination
The birth of a Przewalski’s horse—the first in the world to be born via artificial insemination—is giving the once decimated species new hope.
- 10 Steps for Successful Artificial Insemination for Horses | TheHorse.com
Artificial insemination (AI) is today’s breeding standard for many types of horses. To find out how to make our readers’ artificial insemination programs more successful, The Horse went to two recognized experts in equine artificial insemination–both of them pioneers in their field.
- Artificial Insemination and Embryo Transfer in Mares – VetFolio
Mares can be artificially inseminated with chilled or frozen semen to increase the revenue from their offspring. Embryo transfer can be used to produce more than one foal from a single mare per season.
Christopher Columbus during his second voyage introduced Twenty horses, to the New World (he started with 34 stallions and mares when he left Spain). He unloaded then at the site to be the location of the future city of Santo Domingo (now in the Dominican Republic) on the island of Hispaniola.
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Island of Hispaniola.
- Wild Horses as Native North American Wildlife | Animal Welfare Institute
In 1493, on Columbus’ second voyage to the Americas, Spanish horses, representing E. caballus, were brought back to North America, first in the Virgin Islands, and, in 1519, they were reintroduced on the continent, in modern‐day Mexico, from where they radiated throughout the American Great Plains, after escape from …
- Is it true that horses were brought to the New World [America] by the …
Ancestors of the modern horse had existed in the Americas but had become extinct long before ancestors of the Native Americans emigrated here. The first modern horses were, indeed, brought by the Europeans.
- Evolution of the horse – Wikipedia
The evolution of the horse, a mammal of the family Equidae, occurred over a geologic time scale of 50 million years, transforming the small, dog-sized, forest-dwelling Eohippus into the modern horse.
- Horses in the United States – Wikipedia
Horses in the United States have significant popularity and status that is acknowledged by a number of observers and researchers.
- Horse in North America
Most of the evolutionary development of the horse (54 million years ago to about 10,000 years ago) actually took place in North America, where they developed the very successful strategy of grazing (eating grass) rather than browsing (eating softer succulent leaves).
- Christopher Columbus – Wikipedia
The name Christopher Columbus is the Anglicisation of the Latin Christophorus Columbus. His name in Italian is Cristoforo Colombo and, in Spanish, it is Cristóbal Colón.
Wild Mallard Ducks were being domesticated in China as far back as the 1st Century (Over 2000 years ago). Continue reading
The Chinese were producing metal foot stirrups made of Cast Iron or Bronze in 250 CE. Continue reading
At the Philadelphia Zoo in Philadelphia, PA, USA, on March 24th 1994, was the first White Lion born in captivity. Continue reading
In 1992 a small biotechnology company called Gen Pharm International in Mountain View, CA, USA, developed the first Transgenic bull. Continue reading
In June 1993, John Mackinnon a British zoologist and head of the Asian Bureau for Conservation in Hong Kong described Pseudoryx nghetinhenis as bovid a new species cow, based on skulls and hides. Continue reading
Could it be a Llamel? Nope its camas! Well in 1997, the United Arab Emirates set out to answer the question. Continue reading