Monthly Archives: October 2014

World class genetics now accessible online

THE GENE MARKET, a new and exciting service available to the progressive farmers of today, was released onto the public domain in September 2014. We believe it is the first of its kind in Australia, offering an independent e-commerce website showcasing genetic material from a diverse range of industry leading semen and embryo suppliers.

THE GENE MARKET is a custom designed platform allowing anyone the ability to buy and sell semen and embryos. All major AI Companies that wholesale bovine semen in Australia have partnered with THE GENE MARKET and placed a wide variety of semen on the website, presenting over 450 product

THE GENE MARKET provides the purchaser with the opportunity to view current, online, up to date information on the genetics being sold. All the purchaser has to do is select and purchase products, and they are freighted directly to their location of choice in a professional and efficient manner.

Vendors can have full confidence in THE GENE MARKET to promote, store, despatch and collect funds with this professional and secure website. If you have semen or embryos you wish to promote and sell, we encourage you to contact us to discuss what we can do for your business.

Equine breeding season off to a flying start

Dr Steve Williams B.V.Sc (Hons) has been a practising veterinarian in mixed animal practice in the local area since graduation in 1995. In July 2012, Steve joined TLG as the centre veterinarian and manager of day to day operations. Steve’s extensive experience has enabled TLG to expand its services to the equine industry, and to service the high level of demand for specialised breeding technologies such as embryo transfer, chilled and frozen semen AI (including low dose), stallion infertility and problem breeders.

Services continue to be offered on farm or at South West Equine Centre. Facilities at SWEC include a purpose built artificial insemination centre, foaling down barn with alarm and video monitoring, indoor and outdoor arenas and short or long term agistment in individual or shared paddocks.

In addition, TLG has secured a lease on the former Glenormiston College Equine Facilities for the 2014-2015 season and appointed well known show and dressage rider Jason James as Stud Manager. Facilities at Glenormiston include:

  • Agistment in the form of:
    • paddocks – individual or shared
    • yards
    • stables
  • An indoor foaling and breeding complex incorporating:
    • a large number of stables suitable for wet mares and stallions
    • a crush complex fully enclosed, where ultrasound examinations and inseminations are conducted
    • a laboratory for semen or embryo evaluations
    • a large stallion collection area.

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