The Equine Embryo Transfer Facility is conveniently located in Weatherford, Texas. Specializing in embryo flushing & transfers, donor mare management, artificial insemination, storage of frozen semen, transfer of ICSI embryos, and stallion collection.
We believe that healthy mares make the best recipients therefore our mares receive the best care possible to ensure positive results for the transfer process. Here at ETF, we allow haul in mare care and breeding services for the convenience of our customers. The haul in stallion collection makes it easy for small breeding programs.
We strive for a successful embryo and satisfied customers. Our team is devoted to make your breeding experience enjoyable for you and your mare.
The Equine Embryo Transfer Facility was designed with the safety and comfort of the mare and foal in mind. The main barn features large stalls. It consists of a central palpation area with attached lab, which allows for minimal stress to either the mare or foal. There are several large turnout pastures for wet and dry mares.
David Jasko, DVM, owner, oversees all the reproduction procedures and mare care.
David Roeber, DVM, resident vet, will be preforming daily checks on recipient mares and available for haul in palpations.
David Jasko, DVM
Dr. David Jasko, DVM graduated from Ohio State University in 1982.Dr. Jasko continued on to complete his PHD in reproductive physiology, along with his internship and residency at Cornell University.
Dr. Jasko then went to Colorado State University from 1990-1993 where he was an assistant professor. In 1994, he began his clinic equine reproduction practice, and that brought him to Peaster, TX where he established the Equine Embryo Transfer Facility in 2005.
David Roeber, DVM
After growing up in quiet, rural Nebraska Dr. David Roeber moved to the big city of Manhattan, Kansas. There he attended Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 1996. After working in northeast Ohio for a short time he realized he needed warmer climates. In 1999 he moved to Texas and started working for a local practice as an ambulatory equine veterinarian. He will be joining Dr. Jasko's team for the 2018 Breeding Season.
When he doesn't have his hands on the horses he spends his time with his wife and 3 sons. David enjoys rebuilding cars, camping, and occasionally hanging out at the beach.