FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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Oct. 1, 2019 -- Sioux Center, Iowa
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The investment into the Wisconsin location showcases Trans Ova’s commitment to continue Multiplying Success for beef and dairy clients by enhancing its production capabilities. Construction of the new lab will begin in early 2020, and completion and full opteration will depend on the new facilities passing all quality control checks. The current expectation is that the new lab will be open to clients in April 2020.
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Founded in 1980, 万搏怎么买球 offers advanced reproductive technologies to help breeders multiply the success of their elite cattle. These technologies include embryo transfer, in vitro fertilization, sex-sorted semen, as well as genetic preservation, and cloning services. 万搏怎么买球 also offers several recipient options, including certified recipients, Multiplier Herd Programs and Calf Programs. Headquartered in Sioux Center, Iowa, 万搏怎么买球 has regional centers in Missouri, Maryland and Texas, Oklahoma, South Dakota, California and Washington, as well as multiple satellite stations throughout the United States.