2023 ARSBC, September 6 & 7th, Cheyenne, WY

Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Bovine estrous cycle: understanding and controlling it -Vitor Mercadante, Virginia Tech University

Using natural service and estrous synchronization: How to be successful -George Perry, Texas A & M University and Joe Dalton, University of Idaho, proceedings

Cryogenic Concerns – Merlyn Sandbulte, proceedings

Tools to put your estrus synchronization plan into action – Sandy Johnson, Kansas State University,

What makes a successful estrus synchronization and AI program

Panel: Sandra Utter (Select Sires), Nicky Oosthuizen (ABS), Ty Miller, Newcastle, WY (Ty Miller Solutions); Dudley Booth, Torrington, WY (Booth Angus & rep for Genex/Alta)

Genetic prediction for male fertility in beef cattle – Megan Rolf, Kansas State University, proceedings

Post-breeding management to minimize pregnancy loss – Ky Pohler, Texas A & M University and Mario Binelli, University of Florida   

Managing the cow herd for fertility in limited feed environments – Eric Scholljegerdes, New Mexico State University

Management strategies to enhance fertility and longevity in replacement heifers – Shelby Rosasco, University of Wyoming and Philipe Moriel, University of Florida

Thursday, September 7, 2023

High Altitude Disease: Selecting for sires to work at high altitudes – Tim Holt, DVM, Colorado State University and Mark Enns, Colorado State University

Brucellosis 101: an overview of disease, diagnosis, and management – Kerry Sondgeroth, DVM, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Calving Management: Taking a systems approach – Rebecca Funk, DVM, University of Nebraska – Lincoln

Impact of sire over-conditioning on bull fertility – Pedro Fontes, University of Georgia

Embryo transfer basics – methods for producing embryos and factors affecting success – Jeremy Block, University of Wyoming

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