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

 

 ADVANTAGES

  • 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.

THE TECHNOLOGY

Latest news

BVN
BVN is launching SpermVital
The German breeding company BVN will offer SpermVital semen from their bulls from 2018
BVN is the largest breeding company on Flechvieh in Germany. BVN will start to offer SpermVital from a small number of proven bulls and expand the range of bulls gradually. SpermVital is proud that BVN has chosen to apply the technology and that they see the benefit of increasing the life span of sperm cells.
SpermVital gives higher fertility rate
SpermVital gives higher fertility rate
During the DVG Vet Congress in Berlin a study done by Dr. Alper Koçyiğit, DVM, PhD, University of Cumhuriyet, Turkey, was presented.
The title of the study was “Performance of Spermvital Technology on Pregnancy Rate in Repeat Breeder Dairy Cows” The study showed that SpermVital semen provided a 12% higher fertility rate than conventional semen.
2’nd patent being granted
2’nd patent being granted
SpermVitals second patent is now in the process of being granted in several countries. USA and Japan has recently approved the patent.
SpermVital applied for its first patent in 2008. This patent has been approved in the countries where an application was filed, all together more than 40 countries around the world. The patent is valid in all the biggest meat and milk producing countries. The second patent application was filed in 2012 and has gone through a rigid process with investigations in each country. It has now been approved in important countries as Australia, USA, Japan and New Zealand. All countries where artificia...