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Group and List Discussion Subject Description:"Collecting, evaluating, cooling/freezing and shipping of semen; artificial insemination, embryo transfer, and stallion and mare infertility issues are all topics you can expect to see on the list. Please note that genetics discussion (such as color genetics) is not considered suitable for this group, as genetics is too large a subject and is deserving of a list of its own!"
In 1998 the e-mail list "EquineRepro" on what was then "OneList" was created. With a free subscription, the membership list was soon growing! In the years since, "OneList" was bought by "E-Groups" and then "Yahoo!" and the e-mail list became known as EquineRepro@yahoogroups.com. That list grew to over 3,300 subscribers, and is the largest equine reproduction e-mail list on the Internet!. With over 46,000 messages posted since its creation, there have been an amazingly wide variety of topics discussed!
Times however change... As social media - and particularly Facebook - became more widely accepted, and "Groups" became popular, Equine-Reproduction.com recognized that this medium was rapidly overtaking e-mail as a means of poplar subject discussion. In addition to a more widespread degree of access, it also offers the ability to post images of matter under discussion, something that was becoming increasingly problematic with e-mail as a result of security risks. As a result, in March of 2013 we started a Facebook "sister page" to the Yahoo list, which can be found at EquineRepro on Facebook. This has now essentially superseded the e-mail list and itself has over 2,200 members - although the e-mail list remains open and available for those who do not "do" Facebook. There is no requirement that one be a member of either group in order to join the other, and viewing posts on both groups is open to non-members (although one must join in order to post!).
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