Perform queen bee artificial insemination

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Elements and Performance Criteria


Performance criteria

Elements describe the essential outcomes.

Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.

1 Determine breeding method

1.1 Review options for artificial breeding to determine the most suitable and affordable method in line with breeding objectives

1.2 Select an artificial breeding option in line with the organisation’s breeding program and queen and drone management program and match to resources

1.3 Identify, source and arrange resource requirements

1.4 Prepare program schedules based on available resources

1.5 Confirm that suitable personal protective equipment for self and breeding support staff is available and in good condition

2. Implement breeding method

2.1 Obtain genetic material from reliable and legitimate sources

2.2 Receive, check and store genetic material to ensure maximum viability and program outcomes

2.3 Manage rearing times so that queen bees and drones are of appropriate age and condition when artificial insemination is scheduled to occur

2.4 Collect semen from drones, prepare queens and inseminate using hygienic techniques to minimise risk of contamination

2.5 After insemination, place queen in a colony of suitable strength and monitor.

3. Monitor and maintain program

3.1 Review adjustments in genetic material transfer practices to enhance success of future programs

3.2 Document data on genetic material transfer programs

3.3 Calculate and use success rates from breeding objectives to determine success of artificial insemination program

3.4 Identify and record modifications to queen and drone management program to assist continuous improvement processes