Vytelle to Match Social Media Posts to Support Junior Breed Associations

Vytelle to Match Social Media Posts to Support Junior Breed Associations

KANSAS CITY, Missouri, June 15, 2021 – Vytelle is proud to accelerate genetic progress with cutting-edge, hormone-free IVF technology, always progressing the next generation of cattle. For the summer of 2021 Junior National events Vytelle is eager to progress the next generation of cattle producers by supporting nine junior breed associations. In addition to sponsorships, Vytelle will provide more than 150 free embryos to Junior National Champions and has partnered with junior breed associations to donate up to $4,500 with the Always Progressing the Next Generation social media campaign through the Junior National season.

With the Always Progressing the Next Generation campaign junior members, their families, and spectators can earn money for the junior breed association of their choice by posting photos on social media from June 15 – August 15 using the hashtags #Vytelle and the hashtag for their breed, ex. #Angus, listed below. Vytelle will contribute $1 for each photo posted to the tagged junior breed association.

#Angus – National Junior Angus Association

#Beefmaster – Junior Beefmaster Breeders Association

#Brahman – American Junior Brahman Association

#Brangus – International Junior Brangus Breeders Association

#Charolais – American International Junior Charolais Association

#Gelbvieh – American Gelbvieh Junior Association

#MiniHereford – Miniature Hereford Youth Foundation

#Shorthorn – American Junior Shorthorn Association

#Simmental – American Junior Simmental Association

About Vytelle

Vytelle is a precision livestock company reshaping how cattle producers worldwide optimize their herds. Through Vytelle’s integrated technology platform, generations of genetic gains can be made in just a few years. This allows producers to sustainably deliver more protein with fewer inputs, helping to ensure meat and milk are viable, competitive food choices for future generations.