See all the advantages of attending this two-day lectureship aimed at using genetic technology to improve your beef cattle herd.
When it comes to the health and marketability of your beef cattle herd, genetics is an important topic. However, the technology has advanced at a dizzying rate in recent years, and it can be hard to keep up. A two-day lectureship—the Application of Advanced Genetic Technology in Beef Cattle—will bring attendees up to speed and beyond. It’s scheduled for this February 22nd and 23rd at the Florida Cattlemen’s Association in Kissimmee. See the advantages of attending the event below.
Benefits of the Application of Advanced Genetic Technology in Beef Cattle Lectureship
The event is being put on by the Florida Cattlemen’s Association and Florida Cattlemen’s Foundation, and sponsored by Neogen Genomicsc, to help attendees understand how to use genetic technology to create a better beef cattle herd. Benefits of attending the two-day event include:
- Offering foundational understanding of genetic principles.
- Supplying the knowledge of how to apply the available advanced genetic technologies in real-world applications, such as with seedstock and commercial cattle production.
- The extensive knowledge of presenters, Bob Weaber, Ph.D., an Associate Professor/Extension Specialist with the Animal Sciences and Industry department at Kansas State University, and Matt Spangler, Ph.D., an Associate Professor/Beef Genetics Extension Specialist with the Animal Science Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
- The opportunity to develop breeding objectives utilizing tools such as identifying environmental constraints, considering marketing alternatives, and exploring the economic relevancy of traits.
- Offering a complete understanding of the data and mathematical ratios involved, experience with the various strategies and options available, and the knowledge of how to apply advanced genetic tools.
The lectureship offers cattle ranchers the knowledge and tools to raise a healthier, more marketable beef cattle herd.
The cost of the lectureship is $300 for the two days and lunch is included. Register at http://krirm.tamuk.edu/genetics18/
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