Breeding success

This practical session will give you a hands-on look at ultimate breeding health. Discover what reproductive organs of a cow look like in ultimate condition, types of testing, and top tips on how achieving successful breeding equals breeding success.


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Workshop presenters

Carl Eden
Carl Eden is a father of three and husband who’s passionate about water and improving animal health and welfare. Carl qualified as a veterinarian in 1999 and completed his Master of Business Administration in 2016. He is currently the ANZ Regional Manager of the IDEXX Water, Livestock, Poultry and Dairy Business at IDEXX. Based out of Hamilton, Carl manages a team of likeminded individuals that celebrate diversity and inclusion across our communities in their pursuit of enabling efficient and safe production of food and water for all.

Outside of work, Carl can usually be found outside, in, on or more likely under the water. His love of the outdoors, diving and helping others has led him to many corners of the world. Currently he is focused on exploring New Zealand and meeting the great many folks that contribute to our unique and fortunate way of life.

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Kim Kelly
Kim Kelly is a veterinary technical advisor for MSD Animal Health. After graduating as a Veterinarian from Massey University more than 20 years ago, she has undertaken post-graduate training in the veterinary area. In 2014 she also completed the AWDT Escalator leadership and governance programme. She has strengths in communication and uses her personal style and humor to present successful seminars and workshops in a hands-on way. She has presented at numerous DWN conferences and seminars using a fun and hand-on approach.

In her spare time she trains for extreme events such as Ironman and marathons, and spends time with her pet cow Rosie and her small flock of black and coloured sheep.