Do you want to breed the best strains in your herd and prepare the next generation? With AURIVA’s Biotechnology division, you can promote genetic progress in your livestock without delay.
For any information or service request, please contact :
For dairy breeds: Marie-Ange: email@example.com or +33563825276 For suckling breeds: Loli Castet: firstname.lastname@example.org or +33563825273
All formulas are accessible and defined à la carte according to female size, objectives and budget.
IRENE: European Champion 2016 – for Swiss, Spanish and French breeders
– IRENE: over 200 embryos sold in Europe
– In 12 months: over 200 sexed embryos 21 different bulls used
ANDALOUSE calves :
ANDALOUSE x EDISON
ANDALOUSE x CHERIF
SIRENE, daughter of IRENE by IVF and currently OPU-FIV donor at the Station: 48 embryos sexed in 3 OPU-FIV with 4 different sires
ANDALUSIA: 7 months at Denguin Resort
Various embryo banks are available for Holstein, Montbéliarde, Brune, Simmental, Abondance and Tarentaise breeds, as well as Blonde d’Aquitaine, Aubrac and Limousine. They pool embryos of high genetic value, accessible at attractive prices to breeders subscribing to a specific contract for :
– Develop high-level, varied genetics within a herd.
– Participate in the genetic creation of tomorrow through a collective program, and play an active role in this creation.
– Benefit from attractive prices and income from product sales (embryos, heifers, males)
– Benefit from the advice of qualified professionals
– Define precise selection choices
– Creating a breeding dynamic
Opened in 1994, the Denguin Station is an essential tool for embryo production. Serving the Blond d'Aquitaine, YPERIOS and Aubrac breeding programs, as well as Brown, Holstein, Montbéliard and Jersiais, and providing services to breeders, the Station ensures optimum animal management. They benefit from continuous monitoring of their diet and health.
The heifers are fed unlimited hay and 3 kg of complete feed, guaranteeing an excellent end to their growth, and their heat is detected by appropriate devices.
This operation considerably increases the number of embryos collected. Sanitary standards are very strict, and females entering the station undergo sanitary tests on the farm as well as on arrival.
A partnership with the Toulouse Veterinary School also enables regular monitoring of the station.
Embryo Transplantation or embryo transfer is a technique that involves transplanting an embryo from a “donor” female into the uterus of a “recipient” female.
While Animal Insemination remains the primary means of reproduction, capable of generating significant genetic progress, Embryo Transfer is a complementary tool which, when used properly, can increase the speed of genetic progress . This is why it is so widely used in breeding programs.
A breeder can use the Embryo Transfer technique to have one of his high-potential females become an embryo donor, or if she is genetically less interesting, a recipient, by gestation of an “outside” embryo.
A 5-step process :
The IVF technique produces a greater number of embryos than Embryo Transfer. What’s more, it can be used to obtain embryos from slaughterhouse ovaries, from cows with reproductive problems, or from cows that do not respond positively to superovulation and conventional embryo production procedures.
The OPU-IVF technique produces embryos from a female in the first third of her gestation period. Like Embryo Transfer, this technique reduces the risk of disease transmission, shortens the interval between generations and increases the number of calves from selected cows, thus speeding up genetic improvement.
Flash on OPU-IVF