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Welcome to the website of Equine Fertility Specialties PLLC. We are a private veterinary practice devoted exclusively to the reproductive medical needs of the mare and stallion. We are located in Williamston, MI, approximately 20 miles east of Michigan State University.
Equine Fertility Specialties PLLC provides high quality, comprehensive reproductive care, from general breeding management to assisted reproductive technologies.
For a more complete list of services, please see our "services" tab.
Because the practice is limited to equine reproductive medicine, we can provide superior care for your mare, foal and stallion.
Unlike most veterinary practices, our only focus is breeding and our only goal is to provide the best reproductive management for your animal.
Amanda Ragon, DVM, Diplomate, American College of Theriogenologists
| Equine Fertility Specialties PLLC | 517-655-9103
710 Meech Road
Williamston, MI 48895
I have transported many mares and foals to Dr. Amanda Ragon and have always been impressed with the care and handling of all her patients. For those customers interested in a hands on operation and personal attention I would only recommend Dr. Ragon's clinic.
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