“Selecting the most appropriate method when breeding a bitch”

Seriously, you simply won’t want to miss this!

Dr. Dietrich Volkmann

“Selecting the most appropriate method when breeding a bitch”

Presented by GSCA Breeder Education Committee 
2015 GSCA National Specialty
Dr. Volkman has promised that his presentation will cover each and every available AI technique – and some that our members will not have heard aboutand he will provide information on success rates relative to natural breeding.

D VolkmannDietrich Volkmann is currently a Professor in Theriogenology at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri.

  • BVSc, University of Pretoria, South Africa
  • MMed Vet, University of Pretoria, South Africa
  • Diplomate American College of Theriogenologists

Raised in Namibia, Volkmann studied veterinary medicine and specialized in Theriogenology in South Africa.  He pursued a clinical teaching career, first in South Africa and then in the USA where he has held academic positions as Chief of Theriogenology at Cornell University, the University of Pennsylvania and now at the University of Missouri.  He describes himself as a comparative theriogenologist, always seeking to support clinical interventions with a thorough understanding of reproductive physiology.

We will keep you posted on the time and location for this presentation, our plans are tentative to host the event on Friday following the judging. Once the judging schedule is finalized we will get back to you with the details.

Please share this event with your friends!

 Dietrich Volkmann – Google Scholar Citations

Feature photo by Susan Roy Nelson

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