(Lamar, Colorado; February 10, 2017) Schleining Genetics will return to Lamar Community College in March for its popular artificial insemination (AI) course: Artificial Insemination Management. This is an intensive four-day class taught by Dallas Schleining worth two college credits.
Artificial Insemination Management is designed for individuals who have little to no experience with bovine reproduction as well as those who have taken an AI course in the past.
The course will give an introduction to AI, take participants through the process, and examine specific aspects of the process such as sire selection and herd management. Class participants will learn immediately applicable information and gain extensive hands-on experience.
“Dallas Schleining is one of the top beef geneticists in the state, so this is an exciting opportunity for our students to learn from his experience,” said Greg Cash, Agriculture Faculty at LCC. “This course allows students to gain a valuable skill in a very hands-on environment.”
This course at LCC will run Thursday through Sunday, March 16-19. Space is limited; those interested in attending should reserve their space as soon as possible.
For those unable to attend at LCC, there will also be two seminars hosted in Ault, Colorado. The first seminar will be March 30-April 2 and the second will be April 20-23. All courses are eligible for two college credits through Lamar Community College.
For more information on the courses or Schleining Genetics, contact Dallas Schleining at 970.420.0267 or visit www.schleininggenetics.com. For more information on obtaining college credit or to register, contact Student Services at 719.336.1590.
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