W11 Homework Beef Farm F06

W11 Homework Beef Farm F06 - W11: Homework From Beef Farm...

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    W11:   Homework From Beef Farm Visit    Respond to the questions and hand in before Tuesday at 5.   I.   The Stages of the Beef Production Cycle Describe what happens in a typical integrated beef production system, using our lecture, our tour, and any other resources/experience to  which you may have access to describe the following.  Do this by drawing an arrow diagram showing the major phases of production  and the flow of the value-added-process.  Use dotted-line-arrows to indicate where the “inputs” to the system occur.  You can use  abbreviations to denote the inputs. Stages:   Calving time, breeding time, lactation phase, weaning, feedlot phase, Harvest Inputs:   Creep feed (CF), estrous synchronization (ES), Konefal practice (KP), rotational grazing (RG), High Concentrate Feeds (HCF),  individual identification (II), culling (C), castration
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course ANSCI 101 taught by Professor Skaar during the Fall '08 term at Iowa State.

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