The Frozen Semen production for North and South America as well as Australia and New Zealand starting September 15 requires a quarantine for a group of Verband stallions. During this time, visits to the stallion stable are therefore not possible.
Jannie Spanner from VetEmbryo in Denmark and Michaela Kölling from Vet Art in Dägeling have been won as speakers. They explain how the techniques work, what advantages and disadvantages they have and what costs can be expected. Dr. Christiane Müller is the FN Animal Welfare Officer and will emphasise the ethical aspects of the use of modern reproduction techniques. The invitation to the panel discussion was accepted by Neel Schoof (Deputy Breeding Director of the Trakehner Verband), Henrik Klatte (Zuchthof Klatte), Prof. Dr. Dr. hc mult. Ernst Kalm (former professor and head of the Institute for Animal Breeding at the Faculty of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences in Kiel) and Olaf Rörden (Hof am Sylvert).