2 Ashling Court

Bloomington, IL 61704

(208) 756-6500







BIO-Genics, LTD offers a two day, on-location, clinic for the instruction of correct caprine artificial insemination technique. This class is basic enough in its format for the new herdsman, and yet offers technical and practical applications for the veterinarian. AI clinics are taught all over the United States "on-location" at individual farms, Universities and club sponsored events. A complete instruction on the Artificial Insemination of goats is what can be expected when participating in a BIO-Genics, LTD clinic.

The clinic is conducted in an open forum format to allow all participant's questions to be addressed. In an effort to insure maximum quality of instruction and plenty of one-on-one training, each clinic is limited to just fourteen participants.

Your first day is spent in a classroom environment learning:

  • the effects of management, stress and environmental influences on AI success
  • proper feed, care and management of AI candidates and semen donors
  • an overview of semen abnormalities and stress related conditions of cells and their affects on viability
  • basic instruction on the doe's hormonal processes during estrus and the hormonal effects causing the condition of "rut" in the buck
  • basic anatomy of both the female and male caprine reproductive tract and how fertilization occurs
  • the selection of appropriate AI candidates
  • effective record keeping
  • proper storage and thawing techniques of frozen semen
  • available AI equipment, its proper care and suggested use
  • hands on training in the operation and practical applications of AI tools and equipment

The second day all attendees must provide their own A.I. Equipment for use during the class and a doe, in heat, for insemination and effective hands-on-training. During this session, the application of techniques learned in day one of the clinic will be put into action. Our office will be glad to assist you with the selection of your AI equipment, supplies, and/or semen for use during the class. All purchases should be ordered well in advance of attending the class to insure timely delivery. Please telephone our office at (208) 756-6500 to place your order and for suggestions on how to bring your doe into season for optimum fertility during the hands-on portion of the class.

Some of our satisfied clinic hosts and participants include:

  • Lincoln University, Missouri
  • University Of Maryland Eastern Shore, Maryland
  • Marion County Extension Service, Kentucky
  • Walworth County Goat Association, Wisconsin
  • Stateline County Goat Association, Wisconsin
  • Debub University, Awassa Ethiopia
  • Alemaya University, Dire Dawa Ethiopia
  • Butler County Meat Goat Association, Ohio
  • Northwest All Breed Goat Club, Washington
  • The Grove School, California
  • Delaware State University, Delaware
  • Tennessee State University, Tennessee
  • California State University, Chico
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Department of Agriculture, Cayman Islands
  • University of Wisconsin, Kewaunee County
Microsoft Word File - Testimonial from The Grove School


    Class Time:     9:00 am to 6:00 pm each day
    Two Day Clinic Cost:     Option #1:  $950.00 Total Cost for up to 10 participants,
     plus travel cost and related expenses

   Option #2:  $1,250.00 Total Cost for up to 14 participants,
    plus travel cost and related expenses
    Advance Booking Deposit Required:     $200.00 (non-refundable) Applied to Total Clinic Cost
    Clinic Size Limit:     Option #1: Ten or fewer participants

    Option #2: 11 - 14 participants

Please telephone our office at (208) 756-6500 with any questions you may have on hosting a clinic or contact one of these Hosts to attend an already booked class:

JULY 20 & 21, 2017

Marquette County UW-Extension
Lyssa Seefeldt
(608) 297-3141

Class Location:
Grand Meadow Farm
D3046 Grand Meadow Rd.
Stratford, WI 54484

JULY 28 & 29, 2017

SGBA Summer Extravaganza
Chelsea Stellek
Golden Mile Arena
250 Thatcher Drive East
Moose Jaz, Saskatchewan, Canada
(306) 216-9226



SEPTEMBER 29 & 30, 2017

USDA Animal Research Center, Mandan, ND
Deborah McAvoy
1583 - 39th St NE
Anamoose, ND
(701) 399-9700




Lookout Point Ranch
Richard Johnson
Lowell Fire District Conference Room
389 N Pioneer St
Lowell, OR 97452
(541) 554-0650


**This will be a 3-Day Class with an extra day of hands on experience. 
Class Host will provide does for the class and semen for participants to practice AI with.**





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