This course prepares the learner to analyze the economic aspect of dairy cow reproduction, explain the reproductive system of a bull, breed cows using artificial insemination, make effective mating decisions, select mating programs for milk production, assess reproductive diseases, treat reproductive diseases, utilize computer technology to document herd health, analyze the effects of hormones on reproduction, and analyze reproductive technologies.

Pre-Requisites
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Classes
  • Dairy Cattle Genetics and Reproduction (62218)
    Web-Enhanced
    Rice Lake
    8/27/2019 - 12/18/2019
    Days & Times: Tues, Wed: 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
    Dates: 9/4/2019 - 12/18/2019
    Facility: 174 Farm Operations/Dairy Herd
    Instructor: Jeffrey Johnson
    Days & Times: Tues, Wed: 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
    Dates: 8/27/2019 - 9/3/2019
    Facility: 160 General Classroom Rice Lak
    Instructor: Jeffrey Johnson
    Tuition: $723.00
    Status: Closed
    Seats Available: N/A

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