Animal Breeding Europe (AB Europe) offers dedicated cattle embryo storage facilities enabling breeders from across the UK to store frozen embryos from your elite females to preserve your best genetics.
How are frozen embryos stored?
Cattle embryos are generally frozen in plastic straws, with each straw containing a single embryo. Embryos are stored in tanks of liquid nitrogen, which keeps the embryos frozen at a temperature of around −196 °C or −321 °F.
I want to have embryos frozen for export, what must I do?
Please contact Gavin to discuss the export requirement for the required country.
How much does embryo storage cost?
For further information on costs, and to get a specific quote for your circumstances, please contact your local AB Europe centre.
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