Farmers can update their skills without leaving the property if they partake in one of the live online webinars offered by Dairy Australia.
To access the live webinar, a computer or tablet that has a compatible web browser and an internet connection is required.
The webinars are interactive and allow all participants to give, receive and discuss information on a range of topics, including automated heat detection, oestrus synchrony, mycoplasma biosecurity awareness and pre-milking teat preparation.
The webinar allows a speaker from the hosting organisation to share PowerPoint presentations, videos, web pages or other multimedia content with participants. Participants in the Dairy Australia webinars can communicate with the presenters by typing in questions that the presenters will answer.
The next webinar will take place on Wednesday 27 May, 2015, from 12:30 – 1:30 PM AEDST. The topic is ‘How to use sexed semen’ and will be presented by Dr Jon Kelly from Warrnambool Veterinary Clinic and Dr Andrew Perry, a consultant with the InCalf Project.
For more information, or to register, click here.
The webinars are also recorded and can be accessed via the topic pages as videos.