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Equine Reproduction Laboratory celebrates opening

April 29, 2013

CSU celebrated the grand opening of the Equine Reproduction Laboratory on Friday, April 26. The 12,200-square-foot Equine Reproduction Laboratory opened on the university’s Foothills Campus. Fire destroyed the original main laboratory building in 2011. The celebration was co-hosted by the College of Agricultural Sciences and the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, which collaborate on multiple equine teaching, research and service programs.

Grand Opening of the Equine Reproduction Laboratory

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A mare and her day-old foal were a popular stop during a tour of the Colorado State University Equine Reproduction Laboratory during the grand opening.

Colorado State University Clinical Sciences Professor Patrick McCue gives a tour during the grand opening of the Equine Reproduction Laboratory.

Colorado State University President Tony Frank praises advances made through teaching, research and service through the Equine Reproduction Lab as he addresses the crowd at the grand opening.

ERL client Lindy Burch, a hall of fame breeder and trainer of cutting horses, kisses her mare Blue Boons at the grand opening of the Colorado State University Equine Reproduction Laboratory.

Colorado State University Equine Reproduction Laboratory Director Jerry Black discusses how the redesign of the ERL has enhanced the facility in every way to truly make it a world-class equine reproductive laboratory. It will benefit students and the equine industry for decades to come.

Colorado State University celebrates the grand opening of the Equine Reproduction Laboratory, a world leader in developing and using reproductive technologies that assist horses and the horse industry -- and, in many cases, have been translated for use in human reproductive care.