For many years, cattle producers have been shipping embryos and semen across the country. This has become second nature to many people within the industry. One growing trend is exporting embryos to other countries. To export to another country there are testing requirements for the donors, bulls and even the embryos. Much of the testing requirements also need to occur before embryo collection, during and after in order for the embryos to qualify. Because every country has their own requirements, be sure to contact a Trans Ova Export Coordinator to make sure you have everything you need to start creating export embryos.
Trans Ova Genetics is focused on developing IVF satellite locations where donors can be collected closer to their home.