AI Training - WWSiresNewZealand

By: World Wide Sires  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Cows


We have had numerous inquires over the last few months in regards to on-farm A.I. training and what the cost and requirements are.Below we have listed some information for your reference:

Farm                    - Good training facilities to operate in for 1 week
- Good size rotary or a herring bone A.I. race
- Room to have lunch & watch DVD
- Approx 40 cows available each day - we can use the same cows every second day  

Trainees               - 6 -8 trainees per course depending on the set up
- Must be keen and want to learn
- Must have gumboots & overalls
- Bring lunch each day unless other arrangements have been made   Cost                     - Farm providing cows etc gets one trainee free
- Cost per trainee is $450 +gst for one
- Cost for 2 trainees from 1 dairy farm $800 +gst
                              - Cost for 3 trainees from 1 dairy farm $1150+gst  Supplied                 - Training manual
- DVD for each trainee
- All equipment required for training eg, gloves, lube, etc.
- Framed certificate at the end of the course if the trainee passes  

Each trainee is required to fill in an application form and make payment before each course starts.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Cows

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