Opportunity to Learn Artificial Insemination of Cattle in SW Missouri | Morning Ag Clips

WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Are you looking to rapidly improve the genetic progress of your herd? Cattle producers interested in learning how to artificial inseminate have a hands-on opportunity coming up in Southwest Missouri.

A team of livestock and dairy specialists with the University of Missouri Extension will teach a three-day Artificial Insemination for Cattle course on October 31- November 2 at the University of Missouri Southwest Research Extension and Education Center at 14548 State Rd H, Mt Vernon, MO 65712 in conjunction with Joplin Regional Stockyards. Chromic Catgut Sutures

Opportunity to Learn Artificial Insemination of Cattle in SW Missouri | Morning Ag Clips

Both classroom and hands-on practice of cattle insemination will create a friendly learning environment for all participants from any skill level. The three days will cover topics such as: anatomy and physiology, heat detection, estrus synchronization protocols, repro tract dissection, semen handling, and insemination technique.

Participants will have plenty of sleeve time, refining their skill with cattle. All insemination equipment and material will be provided during practice.

The cost of the class will be $400. Class size is limited to 12 students, with first paid first served enrollment. For questions or to register, contact the Howell Co. extension center at 417-256-2391 or visit

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