Sheep Ultrasound & Carcass Evaluation School
Learn how to successfully ultra-sound live sheep for carcass evaluation at the 2021 ultrasound school hosted by the University of Idaho Sheep Center and Idaho Wool Growers Association! Taught by Dr. Lisa Surber, participants will learn how to use an ultrasound machine and scan live animals to determine carcass traits. Successful participants will receive accreditation from the American Sheep Industry.
The school is in need of two ultrasound machines, if you have one that can be used, please contact [email protected].
Register today! Only 10 spots are available. Priority will be given to participants who can bring an ultrasound machine.
July 11-13, 2021
Hagerman High School
Only 10 spots available!
After submitting your form, please make payment to Idaho Wool Growers Association and mail to:
Idaho Wool Growers Association
2118 W Airport Way
Boise, ID 83705
About Dr. Surber
Dr. Lisa Surber, PhD was born and raised on a ranch near Medicine Hat, Alberta, and is still active in her family’s commercial cattle operation. She obtained her B.S., M.S., and PhD in Animal and Range Sciences from Montana State University. During her time at MSU, she was the managing director of the Montana Wool Lab. Lisa served as a Wool Education Consultant for the American Sheep Industry Association and with WestFeeds as a Ruminant Nutritionist. Lisa now runs her own consulting business providing nutritional expertise for cattle and sheep, wool classing and education services, NSIP certified ultrasounding services, and OFDA on-site wool testing services. Also, she is the Executive Secretary for South Dakota Sheep Growers Association. She is a certified sheep ultrasound technician and an ASI Level 4 wool classer and instructor.