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The American Embryo Transfer Association embraces its responsibility as the resource for embryo transfer in the United States. This authority is developed and supported through our commitment to excellence in several broad areas: Education and developing and maintaining high industry standards.
U.S. Livestock Genetics Export, Inc. (USLGE) explains why the American Embryo Transfer Association (AETA) is the gold standard of the embryo transfer industry - and why U.S. genetics are reliable.
Recordings Available! 2023 AETA-CETA/ACTE Joint Annual Convention
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Submit your annual data by March 1!
AETA Certified members must submit annual data to maintain certified status.
Professional and Regular members who submit data by March 1 receive $50 off of their annual dues renewal next year.
EVERY EMBRYO COUNTS! Please share your annual survey results, so we can have a better understanding of the embryo production industry. All the previous reports can be found here.
All data submitted will be summarized and presented at the 2024 AETA Annual Convention and submitted to IETS. Personal information and individual productions will always remain confidential.
Why join AETA?
Members get access to convention recordings and proceedings, get discounts on annual meeting registrations, and so much more!
The American Embryo Transfer Association (AETA) is the vanguard of the embryo technology industry and our certification program is the gold standard recognized around the world. Certified AETA embryo transfer (ET) practitioners are known for their experience, quality of work, and professionalism.
How to become Certified - Individuals must pass a rigorous exam, demonstrate extensive experience, participate in annual continuing education, and abide by the rules and regulations established by AETA and the USDA, including facility and laboratory inspections.
Who is AETA Certified - Certified AETA practitioners are professionals who understand the importance of your herd’s genetic success, results and performance, and the product that enhances the bottom line for you and other producers around the world.
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