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Trans Ova Genetics began business in 1980 as a premier “on-farm” embryo transfer (ET) service organization as an extension of a large-animal veterinary practice. As the application of ET technology rapidly grew, Trans Ova Genetics expanded with an “in-clinic” facility to house donor cows and recipients to meet the growing needs of beef and dairy cattle producers.
Maintaining its commitment as a leader of applied reproductive technologies, Trans Ova Genetics continues to grow with the addition of housing and day center facilities across the United States. These satellite stations offer state-of-the-art, low-stress donor housing facilities within a close distance of dairy, beef and bucking stock breeders nationwide.
Today, Trans Ova Genetics continues to offer industry-leading embryo transfer technologies, in addition to advanced reproductive technologies, including in-vitro fertilization (IVF), sexed-semen, genetic preservation and cloning. Their commitment to an embryo transfer team approach ensures greater embryo harvesting, transferring and freezing processes and has become an industry standard-of-excellence. On-going research and applied science also allow Trans Ova Genetics to develop and implement new technologies that will help move the science of bovine genetic improvement forward rapidly.
|Job Title||Location||Date Update|
|Junior Research Scientist||Sioux Center, Iowa, Mid-West United States, USA||02/23/15|
|Research Technician||Sioux Center, Iowa, Mid-West United States, USA||02/23/15|
|Professional Services Embryologist||Illinois, Mid-West United States, USA||02/23/15|
|Professional Services Embryologist||Chillicothe, Missouri, Mid-West United States, USA||02/23/15|
|Lab Technician||Sioux Center, Iowa, Mid-West United States, USA||02/23/15|
|Cattle Herdsman||Chillicothe, Missouri, Mid-West United States, USA||02/23/15|
|Client Service Representative||Boonsboro, Maryland, Mid-Atlantic United States, USA||02/23/15|