Frozen sperm tank

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Once semen is frozen, it is essential to store the semen in a liquid nitrogen tank that is in good working order. Understanding how a liquid nitrogen tank works is important to making sure you do not damage your tank. It is also important to understand why a tank needs to be kept as full of liquid nitrogen as possible. Insemination of Frozen Semen.

How Donor Sperm is Frozen

Storing and Handling Frozen Semen

JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Save For Later Print. Considerable change has occurred within the artificial insemination AI industry. The most obvious change was the transition to the straw as the predominant semen package. This package system has several advantages over the ampule.

Transfer & Storage of Frozen Equine Semen

Many breeders are opting to handle and store their own frozen semen, both to avoid storage costs and for the convenience of having their semen close at hand. Handling and storing frozen semen is not difficult, but it must be done properly and safely. With the right equipment and practice, anyone can handle and store their own frozen semen. Straws, canes, and goblets are handled with straw tweezers.
Much goes on behind the scenes to prepare donor sperm for use. In this post, we outline the process to help you understand what happens before vials arrive at your door or your clinic for use. So, once sperm quality is confirmed, samples are processed and concentrated into small batches and then placed into vials to be frozen. A compound is added to help facilitate the freezing process. Usually made of glycerol, this additive is necessary to prevent crystallized water from damaging the sperm cell membrane during freezing.