MORE THAN 100 YEARS OF SERVING AMERICAS LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY
Since 1909 The Graham School for Cattlemen has provided valuable continuing education in breeding and herd management to beef and dairy cattlemen. Students from around the globe have learned and perfected their management skills in artificial insemination, pregnancy testing, calf delivery, fertility testing, nutrition and herd health, just to name a few. Graham School students represent a cross-section of the cattle industry ranging from licensed veterinarians, seedstock producers, commercial producers, and feedlot employees.
Each Graham School session consists of five days of intense classroom and "hands on" training in actual on-the-farm conditions. whether a student is new to the cattle business or a seasoned professional, the Graham School offers a diverse curriculum relevant in today's competitive and economically sensitive ranching climate.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT
"Attending the Grahm School was an amazing experience, the hands on learning was second to none. Every instructor was very knowledgeable and helpful throughout the week. I was fortunate enough to be able to attend the ultrasound portion of the class at the end of the week. I bought an ultrasound machine from the school and put it to use when I got home. Using the ultrasound I preg checked 1800 head this fall and was reassured when my uncle (who has preg checked for 30+ years) rechecked what I had called open and I hadn’t missed one. The skills I learned from the school will be financially beneficial for our operation. I highly recommend the Grahm School for anyone in the cattle industry."
"This school will be helpful for me to manage my cow herd. I now have the opportunity to expand my knowledge of the cattle industry."
"Exceeded my expectations."
"Very happy with the school, very educational and pleased with all the hands on and the individual attention that each student received."
"School was very informative. I feel I can go home and pregnancy check my cows and be successful in breeding my cows."
"Frank and Gene were very good at explaining things in a ranchers way. "
"Great school and smart instructors."
W.S. Graham - Founder of Graham School
W.S. Graham born 1918 died on January 19, 2010. Bill was the son of the founder of the Graham School. W. S. had been actively involved with the school since 1938 and retired in 1988 due to health reasons. Bill had more than 50 years of teaching experience in artifical insemination in both beef and dairy cattle. In addition to his instructional work at the Graham School, Bill also served as manager of the Graham Farms until 1973.
He is sorely missed by all who knew him and especially the staff of the Graham School and his son Frank and wife Mary. He had 4 grandchildren, 9 great grandchildren and 3 great great grandchildren.
The Graham School for Cattlemen is something I will NEVER FORGET! I AM STILL EXCITED! It was an intense week so packed with information I thought my might explode-long time since this old gal has been to school!
Meeting the other students was a highlight too, Folks in common, passionate about Ag and young folks wanting to learn more. I plan on sending my son and his fiancé in a year or so.
Again thanks so much for the incredible experience! Karen Hauge class of October 2015
PS! Got my repro-scan machine up and working good. Thank you for your patience in teaching me how to work it.
Graham School for Cattlemen is one of the only continuing education schools for breeding and herd management for farmers, ranchers, and cattlemen providing Garnett, Kansas with a hands on facility with field training in pregnancy diagnosis training, artificial insemination training, calf delivery training and herd management training.
Arranged housing is available for men and women at Graham School in Kansas.