Recognizing the need for consistent research and information dissemination in the area of equine artificial insemination technology, Paul Loomis founded the organization known as Select Breeders Service in 1987. Starting with a single laboratory and the willingness to work with forward thinking breeders of Warmblood Sporthorses and Standardbred racehorses, SBS quickly developed a reputation for quality service and superior technology.
Loomis will discuss "Innovations and Challenges in Equine Reproduction," at 7 p.m. on Wednesday April 13, at the Cazenovia College Equine Education Center on Woodfield Road. The lecture is open to the public. General admission will be $5, student admission is $2.50. Registration is encouraged in case of last minutes changes. Contact Carol Buckhout, 655-7133 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The lecture is sponsored by the Cazenovia College Equine Business Management Program in conjunction with the New York State Center for Equine Business Development.
Today, SBS is an international organization that includes a network of veterinarians and reproductive physiologists who share a commitment to provide the highest level of customer service, quality control and leading edge technology for their customers. Loomis will address the topics of Innovations and Challenges in Equine Reproduction and will also answer specific questions from seminar attendees.