Dixon Springs Ag Center To Host Workshop On Cattle Breeding And Synchronization

   The latest developments in cattle breeding and synchronization will be highlighted at the Beef Cattle Reproductive Technologies Workshop set for April 6 and 7 at the University of Illinois Dixon Springs Agricultural Center. 
   “This day and a half workshop includes both classroom instruction and a field component,” reports Teresa Steckler, Extension educator at the ag center. “We’ll discuss all aspects of artificially breeding cattle, and participants will get hands-on training in reproductive examinations and artificial insemination.”
   The workshop is specifically designed for beef producers and college students who are studying livestock reproduction. Topics include synchronization of estrus in cattle; anatomy and reproductive diseases; embryo transfer and advances in bovine reproduction; and semen handling and placement.
   Registration is $75 per person and includes lunch on April 6, refreshment breaks, lab supplies and all program materials. Seating is limited and advance registration is required by April 1. Call 618-695-4917 for details and to register or go to .  If you need disability or dietary accommodations, please indicate when registering.
   This workshop is sponsored by the University of Illinois Extension, U of I Department of Animal Sciences, U of I College of Veterinary Medicine, and Shawnee Community College. ∆
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