AI school at WSU Pullman set for Aug. 11-13

Jul 1, 2011
Washington State University (WSU) animal science experts are offering an artificial insemination (AI) short course in Pullman, Aug. 11-13. The course will be taught by David deAvila, a WSU research technician who has extensive experience in AI and in teaching AI to WSU undergraduates.

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