Embryo Transfer (Bovine)

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About the course

The driving force behind the course is the commercial availability of the one-step-thaw bovine embryos. These can be put into cows relatively quickly without the need for expensive specialist equipment. This offers a real opportunity for practicing cattle vets to become involved in embryo transfer without having to sacrifice everyday routine work or spend a fortune on equipment.

Course Content:

  • Recipient management and examination, including ultrasound.
  • Embryo storage, handling and thawing demonstration.
  • Epidurals, recalling, implanting.
  • Demonstrations and practice of technique on post mortem tracts and live cows
  • Repeat breeder treatment and results
  • Legislation and records
  • Synchronization and post-implant alternatives
  • Materials, costs and charges

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