A Collaborative Bovine Artificial Insemination Short Course for Students Attending a Caribbean Veterinary School
Artificial insemination (AI) of cattle is a critical career skill for veterinarians interested in food animal practice. Consequently, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine Student Chapter of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Select Sires, and University of Idaho Extension have partnered to offer an intensive 2-day course to provide AI training to students attending the Caribbean veterinary school. This collaborative effort includes a unique cost-sharing arrangement that ensures students attending the geographically remote veterinary school receive the educational opportunity to increase their knowledge and develop the skill of performing AI in cattle.
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Dalton, J. C., Robinson, J. Q., & DeJarnette, J. (2013). A Collaborative Bovine Artificial Insemination Short Course for Students Attending a Caribbean Veterinary School. The Journal of Extension, 51(1), Article 10. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss1/10