According to the Central Cabinet Minister Purushottam Rupala, the IVF mobile van was “dedicated in a joint venture of the Government of India and Amar Dairy”
India on Sunday got its first In vitro fertilization (IVF) mobile unit for animals in Gujarat’s Amreli. The mobile IVF lab was inaugurated by union minister Purushottam Rupala.
According to the minister, the IVF mobile van was “dedicated in a joint venture of the Government of India and Amar Dairy.” He was participated in a Bhumipujan Ceremony of Sarahi Tapovan Ashram in Amreli District of Gujarat
“This is India’s first IVF mobile unit. With the help of this unit, the work of providing IVF technology to the cattle rearers of Amreli has started from today,” Rupala added.
Notably, the IVF is a complex series of procedures used to help with fertility and assist with the conception of a child. In animals, it is an advanced reproductive technology for the multiplication of superior female germplasm at a higher rate.
This mobile IVF Unit will be very much beneficial for the milk producer farmers who are engaged in milk producing business to improve their livestock quality
News Resource – hindustantimes.com, January 02, 2023