Genetic Improvement Through Excellent Reproductive Technology
From around our province to around our world, Creekside Animal Clinic Ltd is highly experienced in the field of embryo transfer of sheep and goats. We have worked with breeders of elite meat and dairy goats as well as premier sheep breeders for over 20 years. Our international work has taken us to the United States, China and the Middle East. If you have questions about our services, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Process of Embryo Transfer
Embryo transfer is the best way to move animal genetics around your farm, or around the world, without risk of disease transmission. It can cost less to ship a tank containing hundreds of embryos than to transport a single live animal. Peruse our informational guide to learn more about the process of ET:
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Embryos are obtained from genetically superior females bred to superior males. All animal health procedures are conducted, and embryos are processed and frozen according to the sanitary standards of the International Embryo Transfer Society (IETS). All conditions for import permits are negotiated by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the importing country’s state veterinary authority.
Canadian animal health standards are among the highest in the world. Elite Canadian sheep and goat genetics are sought to establish breeding programs internationally.
Frozen embryos are a valuable commodity that may be conveniently stored on your farm or shipped to domestic or international buyers.
Our fully mobile services include:
Dr. Brian W. McOnie is certified in small ruminant embryo transfer by the Canadian Embryo Transfer Association (CETA) and is approved by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency for the export of small ruminant embryos.
Creekside Animal Clinic is located in Vernon, British Columbia. We have access to the world through Kelowna International Airport and Vancouver, Canada’s gateway to the Asia –Pacific Region.
Here’s what our satisfied clients have to say about Dr. Brian McOnie’s ET services:
Dr. McOnie did several very successful embryo collection and transfer programs on elite dairy goats in my herd. His precise planning of programs for donors and recipients and meticulous work during surgery resulted in exceptionally good numbers of embryos collected and healthy kids born from the recipients.
We have used Dr. Brian McOnie for our Boer goat ET programs for the past three years. We are very pleased with the professionalism and skill his team demonstrates when working together with our team. We highly recommend them.
Ian, Barbie, Tineille C
KLAZ Goats, Canadian Goats International