New Bolton Center's Section of Reproduction & Behavior provides comprehensive reproductive services for mares and stallions.
Based at the Georgia and Philip Hofmann Research Center for Animal Reproduction, the section’s clinicians have extensive clinical experience enhanced by the latest in research and technology.
The section provides a wide range of reproductive services, from natural breeding to advanced assisted reproductive techniques like embryo transfer. Stallions are a specialty, and the section has extensive experience in dealing with male fertility and behavior problems. The equine behavior service is considered one of the best in the world. The section’s faculty members are board certified by the American College of Theriogenologists.
The Georgia and Philip Hofmann Center for Animal Reproduction at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center offers a full range of embryo transfer services. Clients can choose to use one of Hofmann Center’s resident recipient mares or provide their own recipient mare. We accept embryos transported from other facilities and recover embryos for domestic transport. Embryo vitrification is available upon request.