Multiple Ovulation Embryo Transfer Technology (MOET) is a programme for herd improvement in animals like cattle, sheep, rabbits, buffaloes, mares, etc...,
In this method. a cow is administered hormones, with FSH-like activity, to induce follicular maturation and super-ovulation.
The cow produces 6-8 eggs instead of one egg produced normally.
It is now, either mated with an elite bull or artificial insemination is carried out.
When the fertilized eggs attain 8-32 cells stage, they recovered non-surgically and transferred to a surrogate mother.
The genetic mother can now be again super-ovulated.