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DCRC announces 2019 webinar series schedule

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Webinars feature top-rated topics from 2018 Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council annual meeting.

The Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council (DCRC) has set its 2019 webinar series, which offers access to high-quality information and interaction with industry experts.

Webinars (all are scheduled for the Central time zone) include:

* Feb. 15 at 2 p.m. -- “Evolution of Timed Artificial Insemination & Overview of DCRC Protocol Sheets,” Paul Fricke, University of Wisconsin.

* April 26 at 2 p.m. -- “Feeding Strategies to Support Health & Fertility During the Transition Period,” José Eduardo P. Santos, University of Florida.

* June 13 at 2 p.m. -- “Earning Consumer Trust in Modern Dairy Practices,” Amy te Plate-Church, The Center for Food Integrity.

* Aug. 12 at 1 p.m. -- “Training & Monitoring Herd Managers Based on Attitude & Performance,” Gustavo Schuenemann, The Ohio State University.

For more information about the DCRC webinars, email DCRC education committee chair Natalia Martinez-Patino at natalia.martinez-patino@zoetis.com or DCRC at dcrc@dcrcouncil.org.

To register for a webinar, visit www.dcrcouncil.org/webinars and follow all prompts. As the webinar approaches, participants will receive an email with information on how to log in for attendance. DCRC members who cannot attend a live webinar may access all past webinars at www.dcrcouncil.org/webinars.

DCRC is focused on bringing together all sectors of the dairy industry — producers, consultants, academia and allied industry professionals — for improved reproductive performance.

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