History of Trade Genetics

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1994

A first artificial insemination with fresh semen was performed on the premises.

1998

Semen collection and freezing was conducted successfully, using and American extender which is still being used today.

2004

Canine Artificial Insemination Centre was opened in July for public.

2004

Mobile semen freezing unit was designed, fitted and put into immediate operation in August.

2005

First export of canine frozen semen was successfully sent to Australia containing semen from 20 different sires in one consignment.

2005

Trade Genetics started performing transcervical inseminations by a qualified veterinarian with the frozen semen, using Karl Storz endoscope (leading endoscope manufacture in the world).

2009

Fully licensed small animal veterinary clinic was opened onsite. Every surgical procedure since has been performed by our resident veterinarian. It is the only veterinary clinic that specialises in canine reproduction services and import and exports of canine fresh/chilled and frozen semen worldwide.

2018

Next generation CASA system was installed for more advance semen analysis.

2023

New Website using latest technology with system integration for filling & e-signing documents securely online from wherever you located, uploading required documents feature without the need to bring them onsite, secure online payments, subscriptions for yearly cryopreservation, etc. 

Introducing new Dog Transport Service.

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