LINCOLN, NEB. — Nonveterinarians with a master's degree in animal science may now perform bovine embryo transplantation, including recovering,
freezing and transfer.
Legislative Bill 686 was signed into law March 14 and allows anyone who has earned a master's degree in animal science (with
an emphasis in reproductive physiology) from an accredited college or university to perform bovine embryo transplantation
procedures. The individual must also be able to show proof of valid professional liability insurance, according to the new