Our stallion is 7, we have 2 colts on the ground out of 3 years. His semen counts are excellent, so is the quality. He has been collected and live cover neither one seems to help. His semen has been evaluated by my Veterinary and colorado state, no one can find a reason this horse is having so much trouble, any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Unfortunately there are so many possibilities that it is impossible to pin down a definitive issue, particularly as we are lacking information in your description...
Although you indicate 2 foals in 3 years, you do not indicate how many mares were bred. That is a significant piece of statistical information...!
What evaluations have been performed on the semen by your Vet and CSU? Again, without that information, we have no starting point to consider "next steps".
If you can fill us in with a little more information, we'll be happy to try and make some helpful suggestions, but we need more of the "big picture" first! If you would sooner contact us privately, please feel free to do so.
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