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In 1938, Enos Perry organized the first US artificial insemination cooperative near Clinton, NJ.  The first cow was inseminated on May 16, 1938.  Initially, bulls were housed on the owners' farms.  A veterinarian Dr. James Henderson was hired to collect semen and breed cows for the Coop.  Circa 1950.

Enos Perry, Rutgers University

Credit: Unknown, courtesy of Harold Hafs

Digital Credit: Harold Hafs

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Description: In 1938, Enos Perry organized the first US artificial insemination cooperative near Clinton, NJ. The first cow was inseminated on May 16, 1938. Initially, bulls were housed on the owners' farms. A veterinarian Dr. James Henderson was hired to collect semen and breed cows for the Coop. Circa 1950.

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