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Animal Reproduction & Biotechnology Laboratory

​The Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory is an interdepartmental program focusing on research, teaching and service in the area of reproductive biology of domestic animals. Faculty of the ARBL include members of three departments in two colleges. The ARBL has been recognized as a Colorado State University Program of Research and Scholarly Excellence since 1989. 

The Equine Reproduction Laboratory is a program within the Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory. For information on programs specific to equine reproduction, visit their website.

  • reproduction, bison
    American bison – genetically pure and disease-free – are returning to northern Colorado with help from our advanced reproductive technologies. It’s an exciting conservation and restoration project, with bison reintroduction set this fall.
  • Hanen, bovine, viral, pregnancy
    ​As a young man working on his family ranch, Colorado State University reproductive scientist Thomas “Tod” Hansen checked cattle for pregnancy using conventional rectal palpation – a routine and inexpensive method that can be stressful for cows and physically demanding for technicians. There’s got to be a better way, he thought...
  • Dr. Jerry Bouma and Dr. Quinton Winger
    Drs. Jerry Bouma and Quinton Winger, faculty in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, are working towards a solution that could give doctors and patients a leg-up in diagnosing some serious problems in women’s reproductive health.
  • Bud and Jo Adams
    A couple notable in the Arabian horse industry has donated $3 million to the Colorado State University Equine Reproduction Laboratory to propel teaching, research and clinical services that have made the laboratory a foremost authority in reproductive science and techniques.

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