2023 Breeding Calendar


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Louisiana Center for Equine Reproduction offers many advanced services and technologies to the equine industry, including ICSI and Embryo Vitrification. Another advanced procedure that can offer an opportunity to owners is harvesting the eggs of a recently deceased mare. If a mare dies unexpectedly or if a mare must be euthanized, the owner can still raise a foal from that mare by harvesting her oocytes immediately following her death.
Call us to learn more about the services that we offer!

Dr. Cramer began working with horses on his family farm in Robert's Cove, LA. He finished veterinary school at Louisiana State University in 2002. His clinical interest is the fascinating area of specialized reproduction techniques. He has extensive additional training in stallion semen preservation, artificial insemination and embryo transfer.
"I highly recommend them! They were very accommodating, easy to work with and they kept me updated weekly on my mare. Best of all, they were able to get my 19 yr. old mare in foal with a half dose of frozen semen on the first try. She had been open for a year, and never before bred via frozen semen. I will definitely use this facility again!" - Neenah Thomas


Louisiana Center for Equine Reproduction is pleased to offer an Equine Breeding Farm Intern (January-July) to gain experience in equine breeding farm procedure and management.  Interns will participate in a one-season, non-degree program.  The program is aimed for people with a sincere desire to pursue a career in the equine breeding industry.  Applicants must have a valid drivers license and must be authorized to work in the United States.  Experience with horses is a must.  The primary goal of the Internship is to provide a broad educational training to Interns in the field of horse reproduction.  

Shared housing will be provided, utilities are included along with a weekly stipend.  Feel free to visit out website for additional information.  Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to office.lacey@gmail.com

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