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To provide a unified effort to promote change in Indian Agriculture for the benefit of Indian People.

The Intertribal Agriculture Council conducts a wide range of programs designed to further the goal of improving Indian Agriculture. The IAC promotes the Indian use of Indian resources and contracts with federal agencies to maximize resources for tribal members.

Heifer Development Webinar Series: Building Your Genetic Base

February 16, 2017

Heifer Development Webinar Series: Building Your Genetic Base

SDSU Extension will host the 3rd Annual Heifer Development Webinar Series: Building Your Genetic Base. The three part series will be held February 23, March 2, and March 9, 12:00 pm – 1:00pm (CST).

Participants can view the webinars from any location with internet access and will be able to have their questions answered by the presenters in real time. All sessions will be recorded and accessible after the live sessions. The sessions will focus on how to use EPD’s for genetic selection decisions, discuss how genomic technology can be used to make faster genetic progress in cow/calf herds, and how these genetic decisions should be managed to match heifer development programs, as well as provide tools for commercial and seed stock producers. Cost is $15.


Session 1 – February 23: How to Use EPD’s When Selecting New Herd Sires
Dr. Joseph Cassady, SDSU Animal Science Department Head

Session 2 – March 2: Applying Genomic Technology in the Cowherd
Brandon Peterson, Owner/Operator of Peterson Angus – Alcester, SD; Troy Hadrick, Commercial Cow/Calf Producer – Faulkton, SD

Session 3 – March 9: Bull Selection for Heifer Development Programs
Taylor Grussing, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist

Online Registration

Online registration is required to participate in this event. Access for all three sessions costs $15. Online registration will stay open until March 16 to allow individuals to purchase access to the recorded versions. For more information, contact Taylor Grussing, SDSU Extension Cow/Calf Field Specialist.



This information forwarded to you by the Intertribal Agriculture Council

The Intertribal Agriculture Council (IAC) was founded in 1987 to pursue and promote the conservation, development and use of our agricultural resources for the betterment of our people. Land-based agricultural resources are vital to the economic and social welfare of many Native American and Alaskan Tribes. The IAC has over the last decade become recognized as the most respected voice within the Indian community and government circles on agricultural policies and programs in Indian country.

For more information, please visit or contact:

Donita A. Fischer
Public Relations Director

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