DeGraff Stables Helps Form New Kentucky Group

November 23rd, 2010 4:03 PM | No Comments

Robin DeGraff is helping organize a new group…for non-race horse business people

The Kentucky Equine Networking Association (KENA) is a joint venture between the Kentucky Horse Council and the University of Kentucky Equine Initiative program.  These two groups will provide resources and networking opportunities to the many horse businesses in Kentucky.  In an area of the country where race horses get a lot of attention, Robin DeGraff, one of the volunteer organizers and active on the steering committee, would like to provide other types of horse businesses the opportunity to unite and learn from one another.

DeGraff Stables is a USDA certified facility for frozen semen, with full-service reproduction capabilities for both stallions and mares.  They stand stallions for both shipped, cooled semen and frozen semen programs; mare services include on-farm breeding, foaling and embryo transfer.

Click here for the full article in the Lexington Herald Reader.

Click here for the article on the group’s first meeting in September, 2010.

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