The Chapter is a special interest group that aims to bring together veterinary graduates who have an active interest in reproduction across all species. The Chapter is relatively new having formed in 1998.

The membership level examination expects knowledge of reproductive processes in all domestic species. Fellowship level examination is available within an individual species.

An annual meeting to coincide with the College Science week is planned every other year. Presentation of clinical case material, current research or topical issues at the meeting is encouraged. The meeting provides an opportunity to present and actively discuss all aspects of comparative reproduction. Members of the Chapter usually have an individual species that is of particular interest to them, but discussing reproductive processes across a range of species in a more biological context is very useful in an attempt to understand the many factors that may influence reproduction.

Membership of the Chapter is open to all members of the College that have a fascination with reproduction.

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