Artificial Insemination

Artificial insemination (AI) minimizes the risk of reproductive disease transmission through animal-to-animal contact and improves mating accuracy by allowing farmers to choose the optimal bull for each cow based on criteria such as genetics, fertility, and adaptability. Farmers can improve the genetic quality of their herds, increase milk and meat production, and raise overall profitability by introducing AI into their reproductive plans.

Animal Ultrasound Scan

Animal ultrasound scanning is an excellent technique for ensuring the effectiveness of cattle reproductive programs. High-frequency sound waves are used to create images of cow reproductive organs, allowing farmers to monitor the reproductive condition of their herd.

Sperm & Embryo Banking

In the cattle industry, sperm and embryo banking is a reproductive procedure that involves the preservation of genetic material for future use. The goal of sperm and embryo banking is to save and preserve high-quality animals’ genetic features for use in breeding operations.

Embryo Handling & Manipulation

Embryo handling and manipulation are critical elements in the embryo transfer (ET) procedure, a major reproductive technology in the cattle business. The collecting and preparation of embryos for transfer is part of embryo handling. Synchronizing the donor cow’s estrus cycle is the first step, followed by artificial insemination or natural mating.

Embryo Assisted Hatching

The goal of embryo-assisted hatching is to assist the embryo in hatching from its protective shell, or zona pellucida, and to increase the successful implantation in the recipient cow’s uterus. The zona pellucida is a solid outer covering that covers and protects the embryo as it grows.

Multiple Ovulation and Embryo Transfer (MOET)

MOET is a reproductive technique used in the cattle business to accelerate genetic improvement programs for elite males and females. The embryos produced are subsequently transferred to recipient cows, which carry the pregnancy to term. MOET has grown in popularity among farmers who seek to improve the genetics of their herds and accelerate the pace at which they can achieve their breeding objectives.

Animal Molecular Biodata Bank

In the cattle business, DNA databases can improve genetic programs by giving breeders access to information on their animals’ genetic makeup. This data can identify animals with desirable characteristics such as higher milk output, greater feed efficiency, disease resistance, and carcass quality. Farmers can increase the genetic quality of their herds over time by selecting animals with specific characteristics.

Genomics Marker Detection

In the cattle sector, genomic marker detection is a cutting-edge technology used to detect the presence of specific genetic markers associated with good traits or phenotypes in animals. The goal of genomics marker detection is to increase breeding program efficiency by allowing breeders to select animals that are most likely to have the required phenotypes.