Webinar offers practical tips for managing fixed-time AI programs

Beef Central, 22/08/2017

A 30 minute webinar providing cattle producers with simple, practical tips to ensure the best outcomes in managing fixed-time AI programs will be staged on Monday, September 4.

The presentation from animal reproduction company Vetoquinol will be informative for first-timers, as well as experienced breeding program managers or veterinarians.

The webinar will provide simple, practical tips to ensuring the best outcomes in managing FTAI programs. Under best practice management, FTAI programs usually generate expected and repeated results. By taking or recommending the simple steps outlined in the webinar, that are often forgotten, it will give practitioners the ideal pathway to best reproductive outcomes.

Leading the webinar will be reproduction expert, Sophia Edwards, technical specialist for reproduction with Vetoquinol Australia and New Zealand.

Sophia joined Vetoquinol in November 2014, after completing her PhD and postdoctoral fellowship at The University of Queensland. Her research, funded by MLA and supported by Vetoquinol (formerly Bioniche) was focused on improving the management and understanding of FTAI in northern beef production herds.

Having grown up on a commercial and seed stock beef operation she has an in depth understanding of the daily activities involved in livestock enterprises. With her background her aim is to build the bridge between the deep scientific understanding of reproduction in livestock, and the business aspects of livestock enterprises acknowledging that all activities are aimed at turning a profit.

With joining season approaching, the webinar will provide an ideal refresher for upcoming AI programs. The webinar starts at 5pm, Monday Sept 4.


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