Artificial insemination school to be held at Thompson Research Farm in Spickard

Thompson Research Center

A cattle artificial insemination school will be held at the University of Missouri Thompson Research Farm in Spickard.

The event will be held on the evenings of March 25th through 27th from 5 to 9 o’clock. Activities will include classroom and hands-on training of AI technique, semen handling, estrus synchronization, and heat detection. Those attending should come dressed in working clothes.

The cost is $400 per person, which includes meals and materials. A $50 non-refundable deposit is due with registration to hold a spot. The other $350 is due on the first day of class.

Space is limited for the cattle AI school at the Thompson Research Farm, and registration is required on a first-come, first-served basis.

Contact the Mercer County Extension Office to register for the event March 25th through 27th at 660-748-3315.