Resident Veterinarian for a Equine Embryo Transfer Facility:
The Resident Veterinarian is required to work from mid Jan to July for approximately 6 months. Peak hours run 7:30 am to 5:00 pm. The day consists of scanning up to 50-75 recipient mares plus a limited number of client owned broodmares/embryo donors. Client mares are bred with the use of shipped and frozen semen. A limited number of mares may foal at the facility. The rest of the day is spent performing flushes and transferring embryos; and maintaining any horses that are ill, lame or any other medical needs. The last 6 months of the year are flexible. Responsibilities could include giving vaccines, attending to recipients that are being returned from the previous breeding year and working with the general staff getting the breeding farm ready for the new season. Amount of desired involvement during the non-breeding season will be reflective in the compensation received.
Owner is looking for the potential Resident Veterinarian to have interest in buying or partnering in the practice.
Scanning 50-75 recipient mares during the breeding season Jan-July
Performing routine flushes on donor mares.
Line up recipient mares according to ovulation with donor mare requests.
Attend to recipient mare care.