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Conventional and IVF
What do these terms mean and where do they fit in?
he one goal of breeders over the past 100 years or so has been to increase the genetic enhanced productivity of their herd by using genetically superior bulls, via artificial insemination (AI), proven by daughter proofs so to lift the genetic ship from the top side of the pedigree. The preceding statement has proven true because most dairy (and beef ) herds are comprised of a small percentage of genetically superior animals, a large percent of average animals and a small percentage of genetically inferior animals. In the past, it has been difficult to correctly identify superior females until they were advanced in age. Also, there was the difficulty in the dairy industry, due to reproductive
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inefficiencies and young stock raising issues, to generate enough females per year calving to allow culling of females prior to calving due to genetic deficit alone. These reproductive inefficiencies have decreased and combined to some usage of gender selected semen, there is now an abundance of replacement heifers available. Using genomic testing, which is as accurate for heifers as for young bulls prior to daughter proof, one can accurately predict the genetic package delivered from the female as well as the male. If one has an excess of heifers, one can utilize genomics to decide on who to raise and who to move to other uses. Furthermore, instead of having one calf a year using a bull for natural service or AI, the
multiplication of the high genetic animals can be achieved using embryo transfer (ET) techniques. Embryo transfer has been utilized in the cattle business for about 40 years. Though initially embryos were recovered and transferred surgically, by 1976 non-surgical embryo recovery was being done and by the early 1980s non-surgical transfer became the normal procedure. Freezing of embryos for direct transfer (direct thaw embryos move from thaw bath to recipient, like with AI) using ethylene glycol as a cryoprotectant agent has become the industry norm since around 2000. A cow will ovulate one (sometimes two) oocyte(s) every 21 days. During the 21 cycle
multiple follicles, each with an oocyte, develop in wave-like patterns, but only one becomes dominant and ovulates. Embryo transfer consists in rescuing some of the oocytes that would be lost during the cycle. After ovulation, the oocyte and sperm meet in the uterine tubule where fertilization and the first 4 days of development occurs. The embryo moves inside the uterus at 5 days post ovulation and is surrounded by a shell called zona pellucida until 8 days. The Zona Pellucida is protective to the early embryo. ET work can be performed with 7-day old embryos due to its location in the uterus and the zona pellucida protection. These are the two most common way of producing bovine embryos: • In vivo – inside the cow – or conventional ET or flush The donor is stimulated with follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), so several oocytes can mature, brought into estrus and bred either naturally or artificially. The uterus is flushed vaginally via catheter 7 days later and the 7-day old embryos are recovered from the flush fluid. • In vitro – inside an incubator or IVF (in vitro fertilization) or IVP (in vitro produced) The oocytes growing inside follicles in the donor’s ovary are visualized on ultrasound and aspirated with a ultrasound guided needle/tube system connected to a vacuum pump and sucked into a filter. This procedure is also called OPU (ovum pick up). The recovered oocytes would be graded on quality and sent to the lab in a heated incubator. The oocytes will go through a maturation procedure for 24 hours to be ready to receive the sperm for fertilization. The zygote (oocyte post fertilization) is cultured for 7 days at which point it is implanted to a recipient or frozen. The embryos produced by either technique must be graded by stage and quality by a qualified individual (preferably AETA Certified) and can be either transferred fresh or frozen. Higher grade embryos will have greater pregnancy success. Lower genetic merit animals can be used as recipients (surrogate mothers). The recipients must be synchronized so that they come in heat together; 7 or 8 days after heat they receive a 7-day old embryo. Recipient management, quality of recipient and synchronization protocol/ protocol compliance is as important as embryo quality. The embryos can be frozen and stored in a nitrogen tank for later use. At present, there are three different rationales to perform some sort of embryo transfer (conventional or IVF). One is to produce offspring, either male or female, to sell as seed stock - this has been
the traditional thought behind ET production. Embryo sales fall into this category as well. The second is to improve the genetic quality within one’s own herd. This is usually coupled with genomic selection, so the very highest individuals for a set of traits are selected. This is interesting if one thinks about it. Using ET, sexed semen and genomic testing, one can rapidly change the complexion of the herd, so to change the ratio of high end animals from the usual 10 – 15 percent of the herd to, theoretically, the entire herd. Usually the resulting embryos are placed in lower genetic merit recipients. A good rule of thumb to use with ET is to expect between 2 and 8 embryos per procedure - so 0 to 4 pregnancies per procedure. The third rational on utilization of embryo transfer is biosecurity. You can purchase animals (embryos) and bring to your farm without risk of transporting infectious disease to your premises. So now one decides to embark on embryo transfer with a donor or group of donors. There are some questions that one should ask one’s self, these being: 1. Why am I doing this - what’s the desired outcome? 2. Is the desired outcome realistic given the average of say 2 pregnancies per collection? 3. Are the costs to be incurred in line with my expectations? So, let’s cut to the chase. Pros and cons for conventional versus IVP embryo production. Conventional pros - in essence - reliability 1. This is a procedure performed a lot, results (pregnancy percentage) are pretty consistent and predictable. 2. Cost is predictable as outcomes are pretty consistent. Conventional cons - in essence - time 1. Cow must be open. 2. She should be > 60 days in milk at initiation. 3. Cow must have a functional, undamaged reproductive tract. 4. One can flush a donor every 30 to 45 days at maximum. 5. Need at least 4 units of sexed semen for successful outcomes using sexed semen. IVF pros - in essence - flexibility 1. Can do a cow from 2 weeks post calving until 120 - 150 days in calf. 2. Can do her every 14 days. 3. One can combine one donor’s oocytes with other donors (using 1 bull) and group fertilize to cut lab costs.
4. One can split up a donor’s oocytes for mating with multiple bulls (in multiple dishes). 5. One can use 1 straw of semen on multiple donors. 6. One can reverse sort frozen semen to give gender selected embryos at a higher percentage of desired gender than purchased gender selected semen. Also, can gender sort bulls not available as sorted semen (if allowed under contract). 7. Results with sexed semen are better using IVF as opposed to conventional flush. IVF cons - in essence - risk 1. Cost. Day in, day out the cost per calf will be 1.5 to 3 times more than conventional flush. 2. Variable outcomes. This can be really aggravating. 3. Difficultly/variability of pregnancy rates with frozen thawed IVF embryos. 4. Variation in donor and sire fertility is much more apparent with IVF than with conventional flushing. 5. Transport of oocytes and embryos both to lab and back. It is my opinion that a mixture of conventional and IVF embryo transfer works best to allow for all recipient heats to be covered by embryos, fresh or frozen. Reproduction failure is affected by heat, changes in management, etc. To have a successful embryo transfer program, donors and recipients must be healthy, on a sensible vaccination protocol and not be under stress. Follow ET veterinarian instructions. Don’t cut corners. The recipient program makes or breaks the enterprise of ET. In general, one can look at AI conception rate and this will mirror the ET conception rate. For better guidance and results, all embryo procedures should be performed by AETA (American Embryo Transfer Association) certified practitioners. They will use the “certified” logo seen here.
Find an AETA certified practitioner near you: https://www.aeta.org/directory.asp
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2018 Export Directory In a day and age where marketing is of ultimate importance, whether it’s selling embryos or heifers, semen or bulls, it has become increasingly important to expand your marketing plan across the border. And with so many media types available, the tools are all there to reach those borders. One such tool is this, the 18th edition of the HolsteinWorld Export Directory. The Export Directory’s intent has been (and continues to be) to connect breeders around the world with some of the top genetics available, no matter which country you might be from. On these pages you’ll find some of those top genetics via successful farms, cow families, A.I. companies and associations. The herds and groups that fill these pages are always on the lookout for marketing opportunities and the chance to share their genetics with other interested breeders or companies.
AMERICAN EMBRYO TRANSFER ASSOCIATION
Contact Person: Morgan Montgomery Address: 1800 South Oak Street, Suite 100, Champaign, IL 61820 Phone: 217-398-2217 Website: www.aeta.org
Contact Person: Erica Lundberg Address: W12976 Huskelhus Rd, Osseo, WI 54758 Phone Number(s) 608.317.6052 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook page: Bert-Mar Farms
Also available in the pages of the International Export Directory are companies to assist you in taking your genetics across the globe from shipping live animals to exporting embryos. This year, an invitiation was issued to other breeds to include their export opportunities as well. In today’s age of multibreed herds, it only made sense. No matter what you’re looking for, this is an essential source of information for those looking to connect with buyers and sellers from around the world. The 2018 Export Directory will be showcased at various national events throughout the year, including World Dairy Expo and beyond. It can also be found on holsteinworld.com year-round. Be sure to give any of these breeders and organnizations a call. They are more than willing to work with you to find and market the next ‘great one.’
GUERNSEY MARKETING SERVICE
Contact Person: Cara Trotter Address: 1224 Alton Darby Creek Road, Columbus, Ohio 43228 Phone Number(s) 724-730-0765 – Cara 614-864-2409 - Office Email: AGAFieldRep@gmail.com Website: www.guernseymarketingservice.com Export products: Semen and Embryos Other Breed Association Memberships: American Guernsey Association Semen: Breeds: Guernsey Regions of the World to which semen has been exported: World Wide Semen collected & packaged according to approved CSS & NAAB regulations: Yes Sire Directory & Price List available on website. Embryos: Embryo Directory & Price List of products & services available on website
MD-WEST-VIEW GENETICS WILLOWHOLME GOLDWYN JESSICA (4E-96) HM All-American Aged Cow 2013
Key cow families: Luck-E Advent Asia and Atlanta, Luck-E Advent Kandie, Luck-E Ladd Jubilee, Willowholme Goldwyn Jessica, Our-Favorite Unlimited Cows currently flushing: Luck-E Advent Asia and Atlanta, Luck-E Advent Kandie, Luck-E Ladd Jubilee, Willowholme Goldwyn Jessica Farm info: 100 cows, 26,000RHA, 100SCC
Contact Person: Matt Iager, DVM Address: 20608 Mill Point Road Boonsboro, MD 21713 USA Phone: 301-331-2203 Email: email@example.com
Key Cow Family (ies): Sexed female embryos available now for Export Worldwide from daughters of the following cow families: Butz-Butler Gold Barbara-ET 2E-95 GMD, Silvermaple Damion Camomile EX-95, Loyalyn Goldwyn June 4E-97, Jacob Sid Beauty-ET EX-92, Trefle Chassep Doorman EX-92, Rosiers Blexy Goldwyn-ET 2E-95 Animals currently being flushed Gold-Barbara Bernadette-ET (VG-86
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Solomon x Gold Barbara); Gold-Barbara Brigitte-ET (VG-86 Doorman x Gold Barbara); Gold-Barbara Bonita-ET (Sid x Gold Barbara); Eatonholme Atwood Brie-ET (EX Atwood x Sid Beauty); Butlerview Vette Carly-ET (VG-87 Corvette x Camomile)
SILVERMAPLE DAMION CAMOMILE (EX-95) All-American & All-Canadian Female embryos available from her daughters by Solomon, Beemer, Doorman, Corvette, Atwood, Brazzle, Armani, Elaborate, & Archrival Export worldwide! Call for details!
What are some of your key heifers and their bloodlines: Heifers currently being flushed: Ms Avant-Garde M Chica-ET (Meridian x Chassep); Ms Avant-Garde D ChelseaET (Defiant x Chassep); Blexys Doorman Brandy-ET (Doorman x Blexy); MD-MapleLawn Doorm Cris-ET (Doorman x Camomile); Ms Solomon Chaotic-ET (Solomon x Camomile); Ms Beemer Candy-ET (Beemer x Camomile); Gold-Barbara Be Defiant-ET (Defiant x Gold Barbara); Pierstein Solomon Junisse (Solomon x June) Information: Dr. Iager is a Certified Embryo Transfer Veterinarian with the American Embryo Transfer Association, serving on the Board of Directors and currently Vice-President. He also is a member of the International Embryo Technology Society. He is licensed and accredited in five states and also houses elite donors at MD-WestView Genetics.
OAKFIELD CORNERS DAIRY Contact Person: Jonathan Lamb Address: 3962 Batavia-Elba Townline Rd., Oakfield, NY 14125 Phone: 585-704-2501 Fax: 585-343-4226 Email: JonathanLLamb@yahoo.com Website: www.oakfieldcornersdairy.com Key Cow Family (ies): Colby Taya; Dellia; Gold Missy; Laurie Sheik; Martha Sheen; Raven; Rud Zip; Socra Mira
2835 GTPI; OCD SLAMDUNK MENNA 44342-ET, 2835 GTPI; OCD FRAZZLE TABORA 39934-ET, 2806 GTPI; OCD OUTLAST BOOKIE 43527-ET, 2786 GTPI What are some of your key heifers and their bloodlines: OCD JARED BALANCE 46058-ET, 2921 GTPI – Jared X Delta from the Barbie’s; OCD PONTIFF FUJI 46174ET, 2876 GTPI – Pontiff X Director from the Raven’s; OCD TOPNOT COLOGNE 51008, 2865 GTPI – Topnotch X Rubicon from the Larcrest Crimson family; OCD RESOLVE SOY 44699-ET, 2863 GTPI – Resolve X GP Delta from 7 generations of VG And EX dams; OCD REASON SHIMMER 50133-ET, 2841 GTPI – Reason X Hang-Time from the Martha Sheen family Information: 6000 milking cows in Western NY. Current herd average: 94 lb/ hd/day, 3.8%F, 3.1%P, 6.5lb components shipped per head daily
EDG RUBY UNO RAE 2054-ET EX-91 – VEVVE – DOM 3-04 308D 3X 29,500M 1,437F 964P Backed by 9 generations of VG and EX cows from the 2E-95 Snow-N Denises Dellia family
Animals Currently Being Flushed: OCD SLAMDUNK RAE 43403-ET, 2839 GTPI; OCD JEDI LILAC 43441-ET, 2815 GTPI; OCD JEDI MOTIVATE 43806-ET,
PENNSYLVANIA HOLSTEIN ASSOCIATION
Contact Person: Kenneth Raney Address: 839 Benner Pike, State College, PA 16801 Phone: 814-234-0364 Fax: 814-234-1698 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.paholsteins.com Facebook: Pa Holstein Association
Exports: Cattle (registered, identified and grade Holsteins primarily) Holstein Association Member: Yes CATTLE Packers and Stockyards Bonded: Yes Years of Experience Exporting U.S. Holstein Cattle: 46 Other Breeds: 44 Primary Geographic Area(s) from which Cattle Secured: Midwest, Atlantic Northeast, Northeast Principal Exports: Registered, identified and grade Holstein cattle Regions of the World to which Cattle Exported: North America, Central America, South America, Eastern Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Oceania Holding Facility Qualifies for: Permanently approved facility by USDA for both Isolation and Quarantine Capacity of Facility: 1,500 head States in which Quarantine Facility(ies) Located: Pennsylvania Cattle Insurance Offered to Importer: Yes EMBRYOS American Embryo Transfer Association (AETA) Member: No AETA Certified Embryo Transfer Company: No Years of Experience Exporting U.S. Holstein Embryos: 19 Regions of the World to which Embryos have Been Exported: Far East, Europe Continued on page 8
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Embryo Collection and Transfer Services Offered: No Embryo Collection and Transfer Training Offered: No Commercial Embryo Transfer Facility: No Direct Thaw Embryo Service: No Embryos Collected, Packaged and Identified According to International Embryo Transfer Society (IETS) Guidelines: Yes Embryo Insurance Offered to Importer: Yes Embryo Directory and Price List of Products and Services Available Upon Request: No REFERENCES Bank Reference Available Upon Request: Yes Client Reference Available Upon Request: Yes Description of Export Products and Services Provided or Other Comments: Pennsylvania Holstein Association specializes in procurement of cattle and quarantine and testing services. We also provide export services at our Association-owned facilities. We are a member-owned association that purchases cattle and embryos from our members for export and domestic markets.
RUANN AND MADDOX DAIRY Contact Person: Patrick and Stephen Maddox Address: 7285 W. Davis Ave., Riverdale, CA 93656 Phone: 559-867-4457 Fax: 559-867-4458 Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.maddoxdairy.com Key Cow Family(ies): Strong cow families with world-wide results!
Flagship, Denver, etc. Information: Milking 4700 on two sites; 26,000M 3.8% 980F 3.1% 806P EMBRYOS American Embryo Transfer Association (AETA) Member: Yes AETA Certified Embryo Transfer Company: Yes Years of Experience Exporting U.S. Holstein Embryos: 25+ Regions of the World to which Embryos have Been Exported: Worldwide. Exported embryos to 40 different countries. Embryos Collected, Packaged and Identified According to International Embryo Transfer Society (IETS) Guidelines: Yes Direct Thaw Embryo Service: Yes Embryo Insurance Offered to Importer: Yes Embryo Directory and Price List of Products and Services Available Upon Request: Yes
SELECT SIRES INC.
Including the GenerVations and Accelerated Genetics product lines Contact Person: Central and South America, Lon Peters World Wide Sires: Europe, Asia, Africa and Oceania, Joel Mergler Select Sires GenerVations: Canada, Bill Young COBA/Select Sires: Mexico, Dr. Fernando Alvarez Address: 11740 U.S. 42 North, PO Box 143, Plain City, OH 43064 Phone: (614) 873-4683, Select Sires; (844) STUD 250, GenerVations; 52 1 442 277 5336, Dr. Alvarez Fax: (614) 873-5751 E-Mail: email@example.com Website: www.selectsires.com or www.genervations.com or www.accelgen.com Exports: Bovine Semen Holstein Association Member: Yes
RUANN PLANET POSCH-4847-ET (EX-92) 3-08 365 D 3X 44,720M 1,659F 1,306P Working with 3 Generations from Posch
Animals Currently Being Flushed: Over 80 heifers +2600GTPI and 600 EX and VG donors with over 30,000 Milk. Sires: Modesty, Jedi, Flagship, Kingboy, Monterey, King Royal, Denver. What are some of your key heifers and their bloodlines: Maternal Lines from Planet Silk, Moviestar, Miss America, and the BEST from RuAnn Posch and Trinket families! More than 80 heifers over +2600 GTPI by Jedi, Modesty, Banderas, Duke, Holstein World | 2018 July 2018 Export | 16 Directory | 8
SEMEN National Association of Animal Breeders (NAAB) Member: Yes Years of Experience Exporting U.S. Holstein Semen: over 50 Other Semen: 50 Regions of the World to which Semen has been Exported: Distributed through World Wide Sires to Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania. Distributed through Select Sires Inc. to Central America, South America, Canada A.I. Training Offered in: Contact Select Sires Inc. for information. Commercial A.I. Facility: Yes Semen Collected and Packaged According to Approved CSS and NAAB Regulations: Yes Semen Insurance Offered to Importers: Yes Sire Directory and Price List Available Upon Request: Yes Description of Export Products and Services Provided/or Other Comments: Since 1965, dairy and beef producers throughout
the world have turned to Select Sires for highly fertile semen from the most comprehensive industry-leading lineup of dairy and beef sires. Based in Plain City, Ohio, Select Sires is North Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest A.I. organization marketing semen to more than 90 countries. Select Sires excels in offering superior programs and cutting-edge technology including being the first major A.I. company in North America to offer genderSELECTedâ&#x201E;˘ semen. Whether in the lab or on the farm, through dedicated leadership, Select Sires employees are passionate about doing everything it takes to build better, more profitable cows for their customerowners throughout the world.
Contact Person: Tyler Hafemann Address: W7652 Hwy. 151 South, Fond du Lac, WI 54937 Phone: 920-921-6029 Fax: 920-921-5850 Email: CS@STgen.com Website: www.STgen.co Exports: Semen & Embryos (Conventional and Sexed Sorted) Holstein Association Member: Yes CATTLE Principal Exports: See the ST Reproductive Technologies listing for Livestock Exports. SEMEN National Association of Animal Breeders (NAAB) Member: Yes Years of Experience Exporting U.S. Holstein Semen: 30+ Other Semen: 30+ Regions of the World to which Semen has been Exported: Worldwide (including North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia A.I. Training Offered in: Texas & Wisconsin Commercial A.I. Facility: Yes Semen Collected and Packaged According to Approved CSS and NAAB Regulations: Yes Semen Insurance Offered to Importers: Yes Sire Directory and Price List Available Upon Request: Yes EMBRYOS American Embryo Transfer Association (AETA) Member: Yes AETA Certified Embryo Transfer Company: No Years of Experience Exporting U.S. Holstein Embryos: 30+ Regions of the World to which Embryos have been Exported: Worldwide (Including North America, Central America, South America, Mediterranean, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, etc) Embryo Collection &Transfer Services Offered: Yes Embryos Collection & Transfer Training Offered: Yes Commercial Embryo Transfer Facility: Yes
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Solomon Cuddle-ET; Endco Delta Chance-ET What are some of your key heifers and their bloodlines: Key bloodlines that donors come from; Larcrest Cosmopolitan; Sully Shottle May; Wesswood-HC Rudy Missy; Clear-Echo 822-ET; Regancrest-PR Barbie-ET; Ammon-Peachey Shana-ET; Sandy-Valley Morgan Calvary-ET; SandyValley Ydr Cayenne-ET; Pine-Shelter Cheyenne-ET
Direct Thaw Embryo Service: Yes Embryos Collected, Packaged and Identified According to International Embryo Transfer Society (IETS) Guidelines: Yes Embryo Insurance Offered to Importer: Yes Embryo Directory and Price List of Products and Services Available Upon Request: Yes REFERENCES Bank Reference Available Upon Request: Yes Client reference Available Upon Request: Yes Description of export products and services provided/or other comments: Sexing Technologies & STgenetics are innovative world leaders in sexed semen and embryo production. They are well known around the globe as premier sources for quality semen and embryos. We have an established breeding herd to source your elite genetics. ST & STg are dedicated to providing quality genetic improvement throughout the world.
TERRA LINDA DAIRY
Contact Person: Mike Santos Address: 4433 Avenue 232 Tulare, CA 93274 Phone: 559-358-5345 Fax: 559-687-9288 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: Terra Linda
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OUR-FAVORITE RESTLESS-ET (VG-85) GTPI +2257 +371NM$ +2.6PL +3.43T 1-11 365D 3X 33,380M 1,221F 1,020P Dam EX-93 Atwood
Animals Currently Being Flushed: (Some of our highlight donors): Ms TerraLinda Mdsy 4260-ET; Terralinda-L Modesty 207-ET; Terra-Linda Jedi 5509-ET; TerraLinda Delta 315-ET; TerralindaRF Frzld 4332-ET; Ms Terra-Linda 197-ET; TerraLinda Duke 369-ET; Terralinda-L Modesty 210-ET; TerralindaRF Frzld 4364-ET; Peak Cookie Amulet 20402-ET; Hilmar Superfly 13252-ET; FB Frazzled Bahamas-ET; Ms 9882 Frazzled 4310-ET; Peak Jsette Elddro 807210-ET; Roylane Modesty 1609-ET; Genosource Rubicon 9008-ET; Genosource Rubicon 9010-ET; Genosource Rubicon 9014-ET; Pine-Tree 7019 Outl 7019-ET; Sandy-Vally Ydr Cayenne-ET; Westcoast Imx 6009-ET; Ri-Val-Re Marquise-ET; Ms Cling
Information: 1300 Milk, 150 Dry, 2100 replacements, 33,713 ECM
WELCOME STOCK FARM
Contact Person: Bill Peck Address: 285 West River Road, Schuylerville, NY 12871 Phone: 518-424-6770 Fax: 518-695-3375 Email: email@example.com Also the home of Bacon Hill Holsteins Key Cow Family(ies): Bolton Money, Colby Taya, Goldwyn Penya, Ramos Wilma, "G" family, Oman Lady, Mtoto Dima, Cookiecutter MOM Halo, No-Fla McCutchen 35703, SSI Dean Minda, Super Liesl Animals Currently Being Flushed: contact for information Continued on page 12
WORLD WIDE SIRES, LTD.
BY DESIGN… NOT CHANCE
www.wwsires.com • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Fax: 559.741.2828
5545 Avenida de los Robles • Visalia, CA 93291 U.S.A. • Tel: 559.622.2222
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www.wwsires.com • Email: email@example.com Tel: 559.622.2222 • Fax: 559.741.2828 5545 Avenida de los Robles • Visalia, CA 93291 U.S.A.
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Address: 5545 Avenida de los Robles, Robles, Visalia, CA 93291 Phone: 559-622-2222 Fax: 559-741-2828 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.wwsires.com Exports: U.S. semen & embryos Holstein Association Member: Yes
WFC WELCOME MARDI GRAS TARIN VG 88 EE+VV GTPI +2560 2-01 270D 25,296M 4.3% 1,097F 3.2% 810P 3-01 237D 24,969M 4.6% 1,145F 3.2% 808P RIP Dam of 507HO12997 Tarrino GTPI 2803 NM$ 889, 2.49T 2.51UDC 1.79FLC 6.2SCE
What are some of your key heifers and their bloodlines: Modesty, Tarrino, Jedi, Flagship, Superfly, Helix, Lopez, Bourbon, Legendary, Frazzled, Manton, Blowtorch, Salvatore, Samuri, Knight, Granite, Hotline, Topshot, Rockstar, Marquee, Pinnacle, Medley, Achiever, House and Thonmaker Information: 910 cows RHA 29,778M 4.0% 1,179F 3.1% 912P
WORLD WIDE SIRES, LTD. Contact Person: John Schouten
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SEMEN National Association of Animal Breeders (NAAB) Member: Yes Years of experience exporting U.S. Holstein Semen: 47 Regions of the world to which semen has been exported: Europe, Asia, Oceania, Africa & Middle East Commercial AI Facility: No Semen Collected and Packaged According to Approved CSS and NAAB Regulations: Yes Semen Insurance Offered to Importers: Yes (for air transport only) Sire Directory and Price List Available Upon Request: Yes EMBRYOS American Embryo Transfer Association (AETA) Member: No (suppliers are) AETA Certified Embryo Transfer Company: No (suppliers are) Years of Experience Exporting U.S. Holstein Embryos: 31 Regions of the World to which Embryos have been Exported: Europe, Asia, Ocea-
nia, Africa & Middle East Embryo Collection and Transfer Services Offered: No Embryo Collection and Transfer Training Offered: No Commercial Embryo Transfer Facility: No Direct Thaw Embryo Service: No Embryos Collected, Packaged and Identified According to International Embryo Transfer Society (IETS) Guidelines: Yes Embryo Insurance Offered to Importer: Yes (for air transport only) Embryo Directory and Price List of Products and Services Available Upon Request: Yes
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