In my research protocol I used slaughter house goat ovaries. The embryo transfer technology in goat can be successfully done by three ways, i) multiple ovulation and embryo transfer (MOET), ii) in vivo ovum pick up (OPU) and iii) oocyte recovery from slaughtered animal. Though the former two techniques are very much useful but they require huge involvement. So in vitro production (IVP) of goat embryo from slaughterhouse ovaries might be considered as a low cost and sustainable technology in Bangladesh condition. This technology allows the predictable supply of embryos from ovaries of slaughtered females or from live selected animals, via repeated recovery of primary oocytes. To date, this technique has given rise to considerable success in both cattle and buffalo, achieving a success rate ranging from 30-50% development. This technology does not only offer optimization of high-quality dams, but also allows the preservation and rapid multiplication of genetically superior characters by making embryos available for cloning, sexing and nuclear transfer.