Animal and Veterinary Science

Artificial Insemination of Farm Animals

Artificial Insemination of Farm Animals

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Artificial Insemination of Farm Animals examines the process of insemination in detail starting from the key principles, key genetics and phenotypic parameters. Artificial insemination has several advantages like lower maintenance costs, prevention from spreading of diseases, etc. From the book, readers will also get exhaustive knowledge regarding management of farm animals after successful artificial insemination (during gestation and particular period). Also discussed in detail are current developments, success indicators and challenges of artificial insemination on farm animals.

Stephen obtained his PhD from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2013 where his graduate research focused on cancer immunology and the tumor microenvironment. He received postdoctoral training in regenerative and translational medicine, specifically gastrointestinal tissue engineering, at the Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine. Currently, Stephen is an instructor for anatomy and physiology and biology at Forsyth Technical Community College.