Researchers from the University of Newcastle in Australia have developed a method to preserve horse sperm.
The scientists have engineered a new nutrient-rich liquid that is added to deposits of horse semen collected after ejaculation, which keeps the sperm alive for longer at an ambient temperature.
They say this new technology will help boost breeding around the world. Click here to read more from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
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