|Module Title||STUD MANAGEMENT AND REPODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Mina Davies-Morel|
|Assessment||Exam||3 Hours Unseen written examination||60%|
|Seminar presentation||Seminar presentation and written abstract||40%|
This module aims to provide the student with:
The opportunity to apply the knowledge of equine reproduction gained in semester 1 RSM 0210 to stud management at an advanced level. This module will act as an integrating module bringing together several aspects of the course and through this challenge the students? ability to study at an advanced level.
On completion of this module the student will be able to:
Syllabus / Curriculum design
This module will compromise of 10 lectures, 6 seminars, and 2 practicals. It is designed to integrate many aspects of preceding modules. It will consider in some depth the various systems used in Stud Management through from the selection of the breeding stock to neonatal foal care. Infertility will be considered in detail as will the use of reproductive technology to aid the management of breeding stock and improve the success of reproduction. The use of AI and ET will also be discussed. The lecture course will not be exhaustive but will provide in depth information in selected areas and provide the student with the encouragement and guidance to develop knowledge in the remaining areas. Some of this knowledge gained via self study will be assessed in seminar presentations.
Ginther, O J. (1992) Reproductive Biology of the Mare. 2nd. Pub Equiservices, 4343 Garfoot Road, Cross Plains, Wisconsin, 53520 USA
Davies Morel, M C G. (1999) Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management. CABI, Wallingford, Oxon UK
Rossdale, P D & Ricketts, S W. (1980) Equine Stud Farm medicine. 2nd. Ed Bailliere Tindall, London
McKinnon, A O & Voss J L. (1993) Equine Reproduction.. Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia and London
Davies Morel, M C G. (1999) Equine AI. CABI, Wallingford, Oxon, Uk