No. Before you can freeze semen for export, the stallion must undergo a variety of tests and, depending on where the semen is being exported to, will depend on the length of quarantine. To ship semen to Canada, there is no quarantine requirements. For Europe, there are a variety of tests that must be performed and at various stages. A series of CEM swabs are taken once a week for a three week period, as well as tests for Vesicular Stomatitis, EVA, EIA, etc. Semen must be stored in tanks of semen that is of the same testing/quarantine status, as well and must be stored at a facility that is approved for exporting semen.
So it's the semen that has to be quarantined, not the stallion? And that means you can export it to Canada and/or Europe?