Artificial Inseminators help with the breeding of livestock, especially cows and heifers. Their primary responsibility is to inseminate livestock using the best current practices for artificial breeding. As part of their duties, artificial inseminators monitor the heat cycles of females to identify the optimal time for insemination. Every insemination performed is recorded with details about the animal it was performed on as well as the date the procedure was carried out and which bull was used.
Artificial inseminators spend a major portion of the workday outdoors or in the barn. There is a certain amount of risk in this job as it involves getting up close with the animals. Understanding the dangers involved and taking the proper precautions is very important.
The interview, you will be asked by you chose this particular career and if you know what it involves. The interviewer will also want to know if you are comfortable working in the barn with animals of all sizes and if you are familiar with the safety protocol to be followed before, during and after the actual insemination. Before going for the interview make sure you go through the list of questions features over at Mock Questions.