PROFESSOR Twink Allen, a former director of the Thoroughbred Breeders' Association equine fertility unit in Newmarket, last month renewed his calls for the abolition of what he termed the "antiquated" rule banning artificial insemination in thoroughbred breeding, and launched a broadside at "wealthy stud owners afraid of a change in the status quo" at a breeding seminar in South Africa.
What does EFU stand for?
EFU stands for Equine Fertility Unit (horse breeding facility; Newmarket, England, UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of EFU
We have 17 other meanings of EFU in our Acronym Attic
- Engineering and Fastener Trade Union (Edgbaston, Birmingham, UK)
- Escuela de Formación Turística (Spanish: Tourism Training School; Uruguay)
- European Federation of Trade Unions
- Turku (airport code; Finland)
- Entreprise Forestière Transport de la Vallée (French: Transport Company Forest Valley)
- Exceptional Family TV
- Essential First-Time Work (operating cost)
- Education for the Young (est. 2002; Afghanistan)
- Efficient Fertilizer Use (manual)
- Egyptian Feminist Union (Egypt)
- Équipe de Formation Universitaire (French: University Training Team)
- Examen Final Uniforme (French: Uniform Final Examination; accounting examination)
- Exclusive Farm Use (zoning)
- Exhibition Federation of Ukraine (Kiev, Ukraine)
- European Forum on Underground Construction (nuclear waste disposal; Hamburg, Germany)
- European Forum on Urban Forestry
- Escape from Union Mine (computer gaming)
- Extraneous Function Call (software fault)
- Engineering Fundamentals
- Evolving Fuzzy Neural Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
But Professor Twink Allen, of the Equine Fertility Unit in Newmarket, said the birth was a "wonderful breakthrough".
The former director of the TBA Equine Fertility Unit in Newmarket claims that they are deliberately standing in the way of what he regards as progress.
Professor Twink Allen, of the Equine Fertility Unit, Newmarket, said the clone was a "wonderful breakthrough".
And there is scientific evidence the effect of large books is negatively affecting overall conception rates, says Twink Allen, formerly head of the former Equine Fertility Unit in Newmarket, and still active in retirement at his own laboratory in nearby Cheveley.
The foals were bred by scientists at the Equine Fertility Unit in Newmarket, Suffolk.
Byline: By Rachel Pagones MERTOUN PADDOCKS, formerly home to the Equine Fertility Unit, has been taken over by Caroline Green's Templeton Stud as an extension of her Berkshire-based business.