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Minitube International: the specialists for animal reproduction technologies

Minitube USA

Toll-free: +1 844-500-6887

Minitube International (Germany)

Phone: +49 8709 9229 0

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Minitube International is the world's leading system supplier for reproduction technologies applied in animals: artificial insemination, embryo transfer and related biotechniques.

At Minitube, veterinarians, engineers and researchers work together on the continuing development of animal breeding technologies.

Headquartered in Germany, Minitube is present around the globe with a number of subsidiaries and distributors.




At the end of May 2016, the first Ibero-American workshop of Minitüb technical specialists took place in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The workshop organisers of Minitub do Brazil welcomed 29 attendees arriving from 11 Latin American countries including many Veterinarians as well as technical specialists from Minitüb subsidiaries and partner companies. The workshop focused on the current and specific situation of animal breeding in Latin America including artificial insemination and embryo transfer in pigs, cattle, and horses. 


This year´s Simmet Prize for Assisted reproduction will be awarded to Prof. Katrin Hinrichs of Texas A&M University for her pioneering efforts to elucidate the fundamental biology of gametes and embryos in the horse and to develop laboratory techniques that have made assisted reproduction technologies in the horse a practical reality.



SpermNotes Small Ruminants 2015

Special edition: Modern assisted reproduction techniques in small ruminants

  • Semen collection and processing
  • Artificial insemination
  • Multiple ovulation and embryo transfer
  • Minitube training courses in ovine/caprine reproduction techniques

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Validation of the MiniReader – Progesterone ELISA test

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