Embryo Transfer in Alpacas, Resources & Articles

The following resources are provided for you as information only. Some are based on scientific research and some are based on personal experience. The information provided is not necessarily the opinion of Alpaca Owners Association, Inc. or the AOA Board of Directors. We encourage our members to use all information available to you as you work to better understand these technologies.


Embryo transfer in domestic South American camelids (pdf via ARF)

by Julio B. Sumar, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, San Marcos University, Lima, Peru, November 2012


Development of a large commercial camel embryo transfer program: 20 years of scientific research (pdf via ARF)

by Abdelhaq Anouassi, Ahmed Tibary


Factors influencing embryo transfer success in alpacas — A retrospective study (pdf via ARF, peer-reviewed)

by Jane Vaughan, Monika Mihmb, Thomas Wittek


Mating Management and Embryo Transfer in Alpacas (pdf)

by Jane Vaughan BVSc PhD MACVSc


Embryo transfer at Coolaroo Alpaca Stud (doc)

by Janie Hicks


Embryo transfer in SAC

by Jorge Reyna, BSc (Hons), MScVetSc (Sydney Univ.)


Embryo Transfer

Camelid Veterinary Services Ltd, Claire E Whitehead, BVM&S MS FHEA MRCVS Diplomate ACVIM (Large Animal)


Alpaca cria birth signifies successful embryo transfer

The Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine


Factors influencing embryo transfer success in alpacas: a retrospective study.

by Vaughan J, Mihm M, Wittek T, October 2012


Basic Concepts About ET in Alpacas (slideshow)

by Jorge Reyna, BSc (Hons), MScVetSc (Sydney Univ.)


International Embryo Technology Society (IETS) (website)


Inter-species embryo transfer in South American Camelids (pdf)

Amanda Winblad von Walter, Degree Project in Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, Department of Clinical Sciences, 2015


Embryo Production by Superovulation and Dual Siring in Alpacas

by Brandon Stewart Forshey, Graduate Program in Veterinary Clinical Sciences, The Ohio State University, Thesis, 2013


Embryo Transfer

by Claire Whitehead, BVM&S MS FHEA MRCVS


Facts about Embryo Transfer in Alpacas

by Jorge Reyna, BSc, MScVetSc


Artificial Insemination in Alpacas

by Jorge Reyna, BSc, MScVetSc


Embryo Transfer Glossary

by Jorge Reyna, BSc, MScVetSc


Embryo Transfer in South American Camelids

by Jorge Reyna, BSc, MScVetSc


Herd Evaluation: Is Your Farm Ready for an ET Program?

by Jorge Reyna, BSc, MScVetSc


Risk of Disease Transmission by Llama Embryos

by P. Sutmoller


Embryo Transfer in the South American Camelids

by Paul Taylor


Facts about Embryo Transfer in Alpacas

AlpacaSeller.com


Embryo Transfer in Alpacas

by Stephanie Endicott, February 18, 2012


Who's Afraid of ET?

Tierra Prometida Alpaca Ranch, Rhonda and Kern Deschner, July 2013


Embryo Transfer: Find out Why ET is Not Something to be Afraid of…

Tierra Prometida Alpaca Ranch, Rhonda and Kern Deschner, July 2013


ET Program: "Beauty Lies Within" A History of Embryo Transfer at Banksia Park

by Dr George, Jenny & Sophie Jackson


Alpaca Reproductive Technologies: Embryo Transfer

The Pacablogger, March 2009


Embryo Transfer

Pacomarca: Sustainable Alpaca Network


Reflections on multiple embryo transfer programmes in alpacas (pdf)

by Ian Braithwaite, Patagonia Alpacas, June 2006


Embryo Transfer — a first for New Zealand (pdf)

by Kit & Sheryl Johnson, Silverstream Alpaca Stud, New Zealand Alpaca, April 2005


A Breakthrough in Freezing Camelid Embryos: How This Happened and How It Will Affect You

by Paul Taylor, Alpaca World


Aussie ET Interview (via Pucara International)

Reporter: Lauren Harte, First Published: 17/09/2006


Embryo Transfer revolutionising Alpaca industry (download pdf on page)

Australian Alpaca Association, Media Release, 14 December 2005


Advancing assisted reproductive technologies in camelids (especially the alpaca).

Australian Alpaca Association Ltd, New publication by RIRDC on AI research, 21 July 2015


Alpacas in the Future: 1-2-3

by Mike Safley


Embryo Transfer — A Breeders Perspective (pdf)

by Canchones