Join Delta Genomics for an evening dinner and information session on EnVigour HX™ - the first made in Canada genomic tool for commercial beef producers.
Multiple dates and locations - click here for details.
The fourth in a series of webinars on the importance of keeping and analyzing production records was held on Tuesday, November 3rd from 12 to 1 pm (SK Time).
Michelle Miller (Delta Genomics) discussed how genotyping works, how parents are matched to progeny and how much it costs.
Using 2014 parentage results from steer calves born at the Western Beef Development Centre, Kathy Larson (WBDC) explained how this technology can support producers in making decisions and increasing their bottom-line.
To watch the webinar, please click here and follow the instructions for registration.
Delta Genomics Centre, a full-service DNA facility specializing in livestock has officially spun-out of the University of Alberta’s business incubation program to become a fee-forservice non-profit organization dedicated to making a difference in the livestock industry.
To view the video and see the event details, please click here.