A series of webinars on sheep genomics has been scheduled for the coming month. While the first webinar (A New Age in Sheep Breeding) was earlier this week, producers interested in using genomics in their operations should plan to attend the three remaining webinars in March.
Click Here to register for the What Are Genomic-Enhanced Estimated Breeding Values webinar on March 2. The webinar will be led by Dr. Ron Lewis of the University of Nebraska.
Click Here to register for the How Do Genomic-Enhanced Estimated Breeding Values Impact Selection webinar on March 16. Dr. Scott Greiner of Virginia Tech will lead the webinar.
Click Here to register for the Genomic Sample Collection and Data Submission Process webinar on March 23. Lynn Fahrmeier and Tom Hodgman will lead the discussion during the final webinar of the series. Participants must register separately for each webinar, but registration is free. Read more about the use of genomic-enhanced estimated breeding values and their use in Katahdins in the March issue of the Sheep Industry News.