Embryologist - Paul Fowler 

Chosen 1 Genetics is pleased to introduce the newest addition to our team, Embryologist Paul Fowler. Paul comes highly recommended and is very committed to providing the best service possible. After visiting with Paul it is easy to see that he is dedicated to helping cattle producers achieve their breeding goals with the use of AI, Embryo Transfer and IVF. This dedication and years of experience is what made him a great choice and fit for the team at Chosen 1 Genetics.

Mr. Fowler is a 1988 graduate of Texas A&M University. After graduating from Texas A&M University with a BS in Animal Science, he went directly to work the field of ranch management.  He managed ranches in Columbus, Texas and Marquez, Texas for nearly 20 years combined.  Paul believes that a ranch manager should be able to perform any job on a ranch, from colt breaking and equipment repair to artificial insemination.  This philosophy lead Paul to where he is today ­ with over 30 years of experience in artificial insemination and over 13 years of experience in embryo collection and transfer.  He has worked with almost every breed of cattle over the years, including Longhorns. Paul currently provides services in artificial insemination and embryo collection and transfer at his facilities in Winona, Texas and through his relationship with Chosen 1 Genetics.  He also assists the agricultural department at Alcorn State University with their research by performing their embryo collections and transfers, and also providing their students with training in reproductive skills.

Other crafts in Paul’s arsenal skills includes estrus manipulation, ovum aspiration for IVF embryo production, and working with hard to breed cows.

When not breeding cows, Paul donates his time to organizations that promote livestock production and supports youth in cattle production.  Every year he participates in the steer sift at the Houston Livestock Show and year round he donates his time to the Mountaineers 4H chapter in Upshur County where two of his boys show cattle.  He is also a former president and current board member of the Texas Maine Anjou Association.