Age 14 produced foals earlier in breeding career libido:excellent testicular size: normal Volume 11 ml appearance: slightly cloudy to watery on second test motility 80% Progressive: 70% Concentration/ml: 23 x 10 6 Total # in ejaculate: 253 x 10 6
There were not enough normal, progressively motile spermatozoa in either ejaculate to constitute a single normal breeding dose of semen. I am researching to find out why a stallion is infertile now and what could be some of the causes of this and or can it be corrected. I have been giving him Vitamins A D E to help due to I have been told that it could be a infertility problem. Can anyone out there have any suggestions for this very famous horse.
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