In vitro embryo production method is a modern reproductive technology that has gained considerable traction in the cattle industry. The technology has improved to such a level that it has become a very practical and competitive reproductive tool with numerous applications for seedstock and commercial operations alike.
The NDSA’s Seedstock Council invited producers to a free virtual webinar at 6:30 p.m. CT, Thursday, Nov. 16., to learn more about in vitro. The session was led by Miles Morris, an embryo technician for Bovagen, Dr. Shantille Kruse, director of Boviteq business development, and Dr. Beth Carlson, North Dakota deputy state veterinarian. Carlson will discuss changes to the Johne’s Disease Testing Program, utilized largely with seedstock producers across the state.
Honoring the past... building for the future...
The North Dakota Stockmen's Association (NDSA) has been working to unite, protect, promote, educate and serve the state's beef cattle industry since 1929. The NDSA's heaquarters is the home and the command post of the 93-year-old and more-than-3,100-member organization. To honor the past and prepare for the future, the NDSA and North Dakota Stockmen's Foundation are working together on a joint Building Campaign to build a new heaquarters. The NDSA purchased a new lot at 4520 Ottawa Street in Bismarck in September 2021.
For questions, call (701) 223-2522.