Vytelle expands presence in Nebraska region

Location is eighth U.S.-based and 17th global laboratory for company.

March 4, 2024

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Vytelle, the fastest-growing in vitro fertilization (IVF) company, announced March 4 the opening of its eighth U.S.-based and 17th global laboratory, strategically located in the heart of Nebraska. This expansion further signifies Vytelle's commitment to providing innovative reproductive solutions and unparalleled access to hormone-free IVF for beef and dairy producers.

With its newest laboratory situated in Nebraska, a region known for elite cattle genetics and performance-focused herds, Vytelle continues to revolutionize the way livestock reproduction is managed. The expansion will enable local producers to access Vytelle ADVANCE, a breakthrough in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology, empowering them to further enhance their herds' genetic potential and overall productivity.

"Our expansion into the Nebraska region underscores our dedication to supporting the needs of our current and future customers by bringing our Vytelle ADVANCE solutions closer to home," said Kerryann Kocher, chief executive officer of Vytelle. "We are excited to increase collaboration with producers in this cattle genetics hub, leveraging our expertise to optimize herd performance and drive sustainable agricultural practices."

The Nebraska-based laboratory offers increased accessibility to modern reproduction technology and enables the possibility of fresh embryo transfers for producers in the region. Vytelle’s state-of-the-art laboratories offer reverse-sort technology and a hormone-free IVF process, including proprietary media, delivering high-quality embryos to producers, giving them the technology to make more valuable calves to maximize genetic progress. 

"We are thrilled to open our doors in the Nebraska region and expand our footprint," said Grady Bishop, vice president of North America commercial operations at Vytelle. "Vytelle can now access 50% of the national beef and dairy breeding herd through a strong network of satellite partners who help provide our IVF technology across the U.S. This expansion brings a lab closer to our partners in the area, allowing them to expand their customer offerings to include fresh transfers.” 

He continued, “By combining our innovative technologies with local expertise, we aim to foster collaboration and drive positive outcomes for livestock producers, ultimately contributing to the sustainability and resilience of the industry."

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