WSU offers August course in artificial cattle insemination | Schools
You never know when a skill like artificially inseminating cattle will come in handy, but Washington State University is there for you, teaching this skill during a three day course in August.
It’s catered toward agriculture students and those in the farming industry. This is the second year they’ve taught the class. In a press release from WSU, they explain the course is limited to 12 people and the deadline to enroll is July 20th, $400 per person.
The class is held from August 9th to the 11th. They discuss the science behind the process and even get in a little practice.
The press release also quoted a former student who says the course was a learning experience.
"The AI course at WSU was definitely a learning experience. You were able to take your time and have as much practice as you pleased. Overall this was a great experience. I would recommend taking this if you are interested in artificially inseminating.”