Spots are still available for McNeese State University’s 16th annual bovine reproductive physiology and artificial insemination school to be held Nov. 17-20.
Hosted by the College of Agricultural Sciences, this school is intended to train industry participants on best practices in bovine breeding.
“Unlike many one-day clinics and schools where an instructor will demonstrate how to use equipment on models, our program allows participants to get out of the classroom and actually work with live cows and get experience with the entire process,” says Dr. Chip LeMieux, College dean.
In addition, participants can observe a necropsy to learn about bovine anatomy and physiology and the calving process. Top industry professionals will also give presentations on topics ranging from herd health and disease to reproductive problems in animals. To find out more about the program or to register, please contact Darrin Goodwin at 337-475-8004 or firstname.lastname@example.org