UW Extension to host beef AI school
A four-session beef artificial insemination (AI) school will meet in November in Riverton sponsored by University of Wyoming Extension.
Sessions are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. each day at the Fremont County Fairgrounds. The days are Thursday, Nov. 13, Monday, Nov. 17, Thursday, Nov. 20, and Monday, Nov. 24, said Ron Cunningham, extension educator and an instructor for the school. Other main instructors are beef specialist ScottLake and extension educator Kellie Chichester.
Cost is $75 for adults and $60 for students. Lunch is not included. To register, contact Cunningham at 307-332-2363 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students can receive college credit through the Central Wyoming College agriculture department, said Cunningham. He said students should attend at least three of the four days. Each day has a different lesson.
Sessions cover reproduction, physiology, anatomy, heat synchronization, reproductive and pregnancy diseases, nutrition and hands-on AI practice every day.
UW Extension’s Agriculture and Horticulture State Initiative Team is offering the school.