New revolutionary technology – prolongs the lifespan of semen
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SpermVital –
Increasing possibilities

The idea behind the SpermVital technology is to extend the life of spermatozoa after insemination. To achieve this, sperm cells are immobilized in a natural substance before cryopreservation. This immobilization preserves energy and enables a controlled release of sperm cells in the uterus after insemination over an extended period of time. This makes timing of insemination less critical with regards to ovulation in the female, and increases the odds of fertilization success.


New revolutionary technology – prolongs the lifespan of semen



  • Timing of insemination will be less critical.
  • Conception rate will be higher than or at least equal to conventional semen.
  • Inseminations per heat can be reduced.
  • Inseminations on weekends and public holidays can be reduced or avoided altogether.
  • Conventional insemination equipment and technique is used.
    (we recommend 36-38°C for at least 1 minute, and then inseminate as soon as possible)

For the herd owner, this translates to reduced insemination costs and improved herd fertility, both factors that lead to increased profitability.


Latest news

SpermVital in Germany
SpermVital in Germany
SpermVital has signed an agreement with Alpengenetik in Germany.
Alpengenetik is a combination of four genetic companies in Germany and Austria. They have about 230 000 inseminations yearly on Braunvieh in their area and export around 230 000 doses. Alpengenetik will launch SpermVital in the late fall of 2016 and during the month of November there will be a launch meeting with German and Austrian veterinarians to further educate them on the benetfits of SpermVital.
Expanding in Austria
Expanding in Austria
Oberösterreichische Besamungsstation GmbH in Hohenzell is also launching SpermVital in Austria and exporting SpermVital together with Genostar through Genetic Austria.
The SpermVital production team has already been to the laboratory in Hohenzell to produce SpermVital doses for both the domestic and international market. Currently, both Genostar and Oberösterreichische Besamungsstation have launched SpermVital and therefore, the farmers in Austria will have access to SpermVital on a variety of genetics.
SpermVital in Austria
SpermVital in Austria
Genostar will launch the SpermVital technology in Austria this fall.
The SpermVital production team will travel to Austria for production before the summer to plan for the market launch. The farmers in Austria will finally be getting the advantages of the SpermVital technology with increased flexibility and the ability of grouping inseminations together. The SpermVital technology will also help increase the pregnancy rates on repeat breeders. Genostar will sell the SpermVital technology on both dairy and beef breeds.