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Vytelle's IVF Program

Vytelle combined Vytelle IVF and GrowSafe Systems in July 2020 with the aim of accelerating genetic advances in bovine biotechnology.

Vytelle’s IVF technology offers a revolutionary hormone free in vitro fertilisation (IVF) process that helps dairy and beef producers get more calves from their elite donor cows and heifers, speeding genetic progress in their herds.


  • Focus areas
  • Pricing model

    The producer only pays for the embryos produced. There are no hidden fees. The only payment you make is upon receiving your Grade 1 embryos. No additional charges apply.

  • Installation process

    Vytelle owns and operates labs, provides on farm oocyte pickup, embryo production and data analytics to aid breeding decisions.

  • Ongoing maintenance required and support provided in Australia

    The hormone-free IVF process with Vytelle is simple. The Vytelle IVF process does not use follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). This has several benefits for the animal, the product and your business.

  • Units deployed commercially
    Vytelle serves clients in 21 countries with 12 global labs and 19 satellite locations.
  • Data ownership policy

    Vytelle believes that all data collected by farmer on their operation with Vytelle SENSE system is theirs, full stop. Vytelle partners enter into a master five-year agreement whereby partners agree to share specific data with Vytelle to the mutual benefit of the partners and Vytelle. No personally identifiable data is made available to third parties without the express prior written consent of the partner.

  • Data privacy and security policy

    No personally identifiable data is made available to third parties without the express prior written consent of the partner. Vytelle has implemented appropriate security procedures consistent with prevailing industry standards to protect data from unauthorized access by physical and electronic intrusion.

Terms and conditions apply. Please refer to our legal statement.


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