Wisconsin University Dairy Reproduction Workshop


Analysis and Implementation: Dairy Reproduction Programs

Wisconsin University Workshop 2015
Sponsored by Ceva
October 13th and 14th, 2015

The workshop is intended for professionals who seek a profound understanding of reproductive physiology and master the tools available to modulate reproductive function in dairy cattle. The program covers the fundamentals of reproductive function and then uses real-case scenarios to illustrate the process of identifying problems and then assembling and implementing reproductive programs to solve them. The workshop also deepens on data analytics and monitoring reproductive performance.

Wisconsin University Dairy Reproduction Workshop | Blanca from the Pyrenees

Detailed program available.
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Associate Professor
Dr. Cabrera focuses on model-based decision support in dairy cattle and in dairy farm production systems. Dr. Cabrera primary interest is to improve cost-efficiency and profitability along with environmental stewardship in dairy farms by using simulation techniques, artificial intelligence and expert systems. Dr. Cabrera research and Extension programs involve interdisciplinary and participatory approaches towards the creation of user- friendly decision support systems.

Reproductive Physiology
Dr. Fricke’s research continues to focus on developing and improving methods for reproductive management of dairy cattle. The goal of Dr. Fricke’s extension program is to maximize reproductive efficiency of dairy cattle by applying knowledge gained through basic scientific research to develop practical management programs and technologies for use in production dairy cattle operations.

Reproductive Physiology
Dr. Wiltbank studies the regulation of ovarian function. Basic studies focus on the regulation of hormonal receptors in the corpus luteum and developing ovarian follicle. Applied studies focus on development of methods that allow timed artificial insemination and improve pregnancy rates in dairy cattle.

Wisconsin University Dairy Reproduction Workshop | Blanca from the Pyrenees

2 Days. October 13th and 14th, 2015.

Blanca From the Pyrenees. The Campus.

Maximum number of attendees: 56
Places are limited and aplications are processed in strict order of receipt.

The entire program will be held in English.

1,650 €/delegate + VAT (Includes tuition fees and materials, coffee breaks, one dinner, two lunches, and two nights of hotel).

Attendees are expected to arrive to Barcelona Monday 12th. A bus will collect all attendees from either Barcelona center or the airport. Attendees will be able to return the 15th in the morning (a bus will go back to Barcelona the 14th in the evening). The fees for the workshop cover tuition, accommodation (nights of 12 and 13), transportation to and from Barcelona, and meals.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for registration or with any inquire you may have:

Blanca, IRTA-Department of Ruminant Production, and University of Wisconsin-Department of Dairy Science

Wisconsin University Dairy Reproduction Workshop | Blanca from the Pyrenees

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Wisconsin University Dairy Reproduction Workshop | Blanca from the Pyrenees

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