New Genex Employees Complete Extensive Training Program
SHAWANO, Wisconsin — Six new employees of Genex Cooperative, Inc. recently completed a two-week training program held at the headquarters in Shawano. Employees had the opportunity to increase their knowledge of cattle reproductive anatomy and physiology, heat detection, synchronization, semen handling, artificial insemination, and dairy and beef genetics.
Those completing the training program include Genex Reproductive Technicians Cody Shimer of Highland, Illinois; Jeffery Hitz of Birnamwood, Wisconsin; Meghan Bradley of Burdett, New York; and Richard Wilcox of Middleton, Wisconsin, as well as Reproductive Program Technicians James Duescher of Seymour, Wisconsin, and Brittney Palm of Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
The program emphasized qualifications needed for the employees to provide effective cattle reproductive services on Genex members' dairy farms and beef ranches across the U.S.
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Genex Cooperative, Inc., headquartered in Shawano, Wisconsin, is the trusted provider of world-class animal genetics, progressive reproductive solutions, value-added products and innovative services to members and customers across the U.S. This is accomplished through 950 dedicated employees working in three product and service segments: cattle genetics and reproduction, livestock marketing, and milking and farmstead equipment. Genex is a subsidiary of Cooperative Resources International. Learn more at http://genex.crinet.com.