WHO KNEW THE INDUSTRY’S MOST ADVANCED IVF COULD BE SO SIMPLE?

Ovum Collection

OOCYTE COLLECTION

A certified Vytelle technician will come to collect the unfertilized oocytes (eggs) from donor females.

  • Collect eggs
  • Wash, clean and count eggs
  • Eggs are then fertizlied by one or multiple sires

NO FSH

The Vytelle process does not use Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), which has all kinds of benefits for the animal, the product and your business.

More cost-effective

More cost-effective

Requires no shot schedule

Requires no shot schedule

Allows weekly collection

Allows weekly collection

Fresh or frozen embryos based on your needs

Ability to collect
from pregnant cows

Easier on animals

Easier on animals

All-natural process

All-natural process

Embryo Production

LABORATORY FERTILIZATION

Once the eggs are back at our lab, they are carefully fertilized using chosen sires according to your needs.

7-day process from egg to embryo

7-day process
from egg to embryo

Fresh or frozen embryos based on your needs

Fresh or frozen embryos
based on your needs

NO FETAL CALF SERUM

We develop embryos using a propriety culture system with absolutely no fetal calf serum, resulting in high-quality, freezable embryos.

No Fetal Calf Serum

ONE PAYMENT ONLY

The only payment you make is upon recieving your Grade 1 embryos. If a Grade 1 embryo is not achieved, there is no charge.

MATCHING CYCLES

On the day of implantation, the embryo is transferred to qualified recipients.

SKILLED TECHNICIANS COME TO YOU

Vytelle will work with you to get embryos transferred at your convenience.

CONSULT YOUR VETERINARIAN

If you have concerns about the length of gestation or any other questions about IVF calves, contact your local veterinarian.

COLLECT DATA

To ensure success with your IVF calves, pay close attention to breeding and calving dates and collect key data regarding your IVF animals, including:

  • Embryo loss
  • Gestation length
  • Sex of calf
  • Birth weight of calf

  • Calf health status

INTERESTED?

Let us know if you are interested in moving genetics forward—faster.