Artificial insemination is an assisted reproductive technology widely used in the field of animal reproduction. Artificial insemination can selectively transfer high-quality germplasm to offspring through directed mating to improve animal breed characteristics and production performance. Difficulty in reproduction: Some animals, especially those with low reproductive capacity or reproductive disorders, may not be able to reproduce naturally. animal artificial insemination provides an effective method to solve these problems and promote the reproduction of offspring of these individuals. Maintaining Genetic Diversity: The genetic diversity of animal populations is critical to their survival and adaptation to their environment. artificial insemination equipment can allow gene exchange between populations, avoiding genetic decline and gene loss. Protection of endangered species: For endangered species, artificial insemination can be used as one of the protection measures to help increase the number of species and avoid the risk of extinction. Scientific research purposes: artificial insemination can be used in scientific research fields, such as the study of animal reproductive physiology, cell division and gene transmission.