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Artificial reproductive technology (ART) represent a host of powerful strategies for improving conception and pregnancy rates, and altering offspring outcomes in cattle. Sexed semen, in vitro embryo production and cloning are just a handful of ARTs gaining visibility and practice in both the dairy and beef cattle industries (Moore and Thatcher, 2006). In this issue, Pete Hansen (2020) provides a thorough review and update on embryo transfer, an ART of particular interest to stakeholders and scientists alike.

Improving Pregnancy Success After Embryo Transfer

Credit: Journal of Animal Science, Volume 98, Issue 11, November 2020, skaa336, doi.org/10.1093/jas/skaa336

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Description: Artificial reproductive technology (ART) represent a host of powerful strategies for improving conception and pregnancy rates, and altering offspring outcomes in cattle. Sexed semen, in vitro embryo production and cloning are just a handful of ARTs gaining visibility and practice in both the dairy and beef cattle industries (Moore and Thatcher, 2006). In this issue, Pete Hansen (2020) provides a thorough review and update on embryo transfer, an ART of particular interest to stakeholders and scientists alike.

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