Absolute Swine Insemination Company LLC (ASIC), the manufacturer of AbsoluteAMGTM “Hydraulic” Deep Intrauterine Insemination catheters for swine, is pleased to announce the launch of the brand’s revamped website: www.abrods.com. The January 2013 launch is scheduled to coincide with the company’s 10th year anniversary in business.
The new website offers a contemporary look and updated user experience. It features enhanced resources and functionality designed for new customers and strategic end-users.
The site is a genuine resource for farmers and veterinarians, offering essential information downloads; including results and procedures of scientific studies, farm trial analyses and summaries.
Other innovative sections include an upgraded “Tutorial” section—designed to offer valuable information —from heat detection, insemination timing and spreadsheet instructions.
The enhanced “Products” section was made simpler yet affords visitors the ability to see each product with description and larger images that allow for quick decision-making.
An expanded “Contact Us” section offers a comprehensive list of ASIC’s network of distributors worldwide.
The addition of a “Videos” section, highlights the benefits of using ASIC’s patented catheters and demonstrates its ease of use.
Established in 2003, ASIC is a United States based company that has been in the artificial insemination catheter business for the past 10 years. It is the only company that produces the patented membrane technology for “hydraulic” deep intrauterine insemination (DIUI). Its commitment to help farmers achieve maximum production and maximum profits drives the company to share their knowledge and technology to all swine farmers around the world.
ASIC features two top of the line DIUI catheters, the AMGSowTM and AMGGiltTM, the only catheters that can claim to be the safest, fastest and highly efficient breeding tool in the market today. Their unique patented design coupled with recommended breeding protocols result in higher farrowing and larger live-born litters for maximum productivity. Savings from labor, feed and breeding consumables contribute to the overall efficiency of the technology