IVF IN THE NEWS
Read about all the latest breakthroughs in IVF technology and how it is impacting cattle operations worldwide.
June 13, 2020 – Salina Journal
Vytelle expanded its advanced reproductive technology services by opening a new lab in Salina, Kansas. Nearby satellite OPU site, Bluestem Embryo Transfer Center, can aspirate cows every week making Vytelle IVF services available to more cattle producers year-round.
February 24, 2020 – Progressive Cattle
Once cows are diagnosed pregnant after embryo transfer, care needs to be taken to ensure a successful calving season. Genetically superior offspring will perform best under ideal nutrition, mineral and low stress environments before and after calving.
November 6, 2019 – Progressive Dairy
Margins are tight, leaving dairy producers looking for opportunities to remain competitive in the future. Utilizing IVF allows dairy operations to market their own genetics through embryo transfer, or create specialized embryos for marketing and custom recipient herd opportunities.
October 23, 2019 – Wallaces Farmer
Diamond Bar E Genetics Powered by Vytelle in Iowa is helping Midwest dairy and beef producers advance their herd genetics with new in-vitro fertilization technology. Through this simple IVF process, producers speed up genetic progress in their herds, getting more cows pregnant with superior genetics and ultimately improving reproductive efficiency while reducing costs.
August, 2019 – Hereford World
The Vytelle in vitro fertilization process is hormone free and cost effective at producing embryos from elite cattle across the country, maximizing cattle potential.
April 18, 2019 – Progressive Dairy
Cattle breeding technologies are essential to genetic advancement in dairy herds. Even commercial operations can utilize embryo transfer and IVF to add value to lower genetic value heifers.
March 27, 2019 – NCBA’s Cattlemen to Cattlemen
IVF technology allows cattlemen flexibility in their herd breeding program by creating embryos that maximize maternal and paternal genetic goals. Reproductive technology improves the return on investment by creating more offspring from females annually and shortening the generation interval.
February 22, 2019 – Progressive Cattle
A step above artificial insemination, IVF is an advanced reproductive technology helping cattlemen make great strides in genetic improvement. The Vytelle IVF process is simple for cattle producers, easy on animals and cost effective.
February 6, 2019 – Milk Magazine
IVF embryos accelerate the genetic advancement of dairies across the country. Dairies focused on genetics, reproductive efficiency and animal welfare are committed to the future of milk and meat production.
January 17, 2019 – AgriMarketing
Vytelle and Sexing Technologies have partnered to provide reverse sort semen technology to the Vytelle IVF process. Creating gender specific embryos with IVF technology enhances value and genetic opportunities to beef and dairy producers committed to advancing their genetics.
November 14, 2018 – Capital Press
Vytelle headquarters located in Hermiston, Oregon provides advanced reproductive technologies to beef and dairy animals in the Northwest region. The Vytelle IVF process is hormone free requiring no shots or set up.
November 9, 2018 – Western Livestock Journal
Genetic advancement through embryo transfer is not a new technology in bovine reproduction. Yet, using IVF to collect embryos is more available to beef and dairy cattle today than ever before. See what genetic progress can be made with Vytelle’s hormone-free IVF process today.
August 10, 2018 – Feedstuffs
Cogent IVF transitioned to Vytelle, while their commitment to bovine IVF embryo technology remains consistent, allowing producers to produce more protein for the world.