Registration is open for the Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council (DCRC) annual meeting, slated for Nov. 12–13, at the Adam’s Mark Hotel in Buffalo, N.Y.

“Our goal is to bring together top dairy reproduction authorities and industry leaders to improve dairy reproductive performance,” explained Joe Dalton, DCRC president. “This year’s program covers the full spectrum of factors that influence reproduction—from nutrition to economics to reproductive management tools—giving attendees an incredible occasion to dig into the many facets of reproduction.

Attendees will be able to hear the latest information from industry experts including:

• Sexed semen: 10 years of gender selection. Dr. George Seidel

• New developments in synchronization of ovulation. Dr. Paul Fricke

• Activity monitoring systems: What’s new and what’s improved? Dr. Ray Nebel

• Managing inflammation during the transition period. Dr. Barry Bradford

• Managing ketosis in the transition cow for health and reproduction. Dr. Stephen LeBlanc

• Keys to success in reproduction: A practitioner’s perspective. Dr. Mark Thomas

• Genomic selection and reproductive efficiency in dairy cattle. Dr. Jose Santos and Dr. Joseph Dalton

• Progesterone supplementation during timed-AI programs in dairy cows. Dr. Rafael Bisinotto

• Tools for making economic reproductive decisions. Dr. Victor Cabrera

• Monitoring your negative DCAD program. Dr. Neil Michael

• IVF embryos: Where do they fit in the modern dairy? Jeremy Howard

• Metrics to assess reproductive efficiency in dairy herds. Dr. Luis Mendonca

• Application of genomic technology in dairy herds. Jonathan Lamb

Learn more about meeting registration details.