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Multiple Ovulation Embryo Transfer (MOET) (Farmer Factsheet)

Contributor(s): XLVets, Vetstream Ltd , Mike Reynolds

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  • Multiple Ovulation Embryo Transfer (MOET) is an advanced reproductive technology that can help producers to produce more calves from their best cows.
  • It involves taking multiple embryos from high genetic merit or desirable animals and transferring them into cows or heifers of lower value, so that these surrogate animals can produce higher quality calves than would be expected via AI or natural mating.
  • This article gives you some background information. If you do decide to proceed with ET, then you need to speak to your vet at least six months before you plan to start your ET.

The donor cow

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Recipients

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Improving fertility and ET success

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Stress

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Pregnancy diagnosis

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