2020 Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle Webinar Series
The Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle (ARSBC) meeting is considered the premier national event in beef cattle reproductive management. It has a long history of providing the latest information on the application of reproductive technologies and includes a range of topics related to cow herd reproduction — such as nutritional interactions, management and male fertility.
The 2020 ARSBC will be a webinar series and will feature three sessions: one on Wednesday covering cows and heifers; a Thursday session covering bulls; and a Thursday evening session open to everyone but serving as continuing education for veterinarians. See the full schedule and register below. You’ll receive an email with session information and links once you register.
2020 ARSBC – FREE Webinar Series
*All times are CST
Nov 4th – Cow & Heifer Session – pre-registration http://go.beefrepro.org/Cow_Heifer
1:00-1:45 PM: Dr. Phillipe Moriel, Univ. of Florida - Enhancing long-term growth and reproduction of heifers
2:00-2:45 PM: Dr. Reinaldo Cooke, Texas A&M - Nutritional strategies for pregnancy success
3:00-3:45 PM: Dr. Cliff Lamb, Texas A&M - Utilizing sexed semen in AI and ET programs
4:00-4:45 PM: Matt Perrier, Dalebanks Angus - Reproductive technologies that have changed the ranch
Nov 5th – Bull Session – pre-registration http://go.beefrepro.org/Bull
1:00-1:45 PM: Dr. David Kenny, Teagasc - Bull development and its impacts on sperm
2:00-2:45 PM: Dr. Zach McFarlane, Cal. Poly - Bull nutrition for a successful herd sire
3:00-3:45 PM: Dr. Tom Geary, USDA-ARS - Bull fertility: nutritional effects and new measures
4:00-4:45 PM: Dr. George Perry, Texas A&M - The ultimate value of breeding soundness evaluations
Nov 5th – Veterinary Continuing Education Session *open to all – pre-registration http://go.beefrepro.org/VET_CE
5:15-6:00 PM: Dr. Paul Walz, Auburn Univ. - Vaccination to protect against reproductive disease
6:15-7:00 PM: Dr. Lee Jones, Univ. of Georgia - Investigating conception failures and pregnancy loss in beef cows
7:15-8:00 PM: Dr. Chance Armstrong, Louisiana State Univ. - Bull breeding soundness exam: What’s new?
The Beef Reproduction Task Force is a multi-disciplinary group formed by Research and Extension faculty members from Universities across the U.S. with a focus on beef cattle reproduction, management and reproductive technologies.