1 Main St
Randolph Center, VT
This course is designed to help farmers with artificial insemination skills further improve their dairy reproductive management skills. Students will learn methods of assessing herd reproductive performance using records, ways to manage the common diseases which affect reproductive performance and the pros and cons of several methods of pregnancy detection including blood testing, ultrasound and palpation strategies. This course will have several hours of practical farm laboratory. 8 hours lecture, 8 hours laboratory.
Note: There will also be an introductory version of this course in February; Artificial Insemination of Dairy Cattle & Reproductive Management
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