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Click to edit Master subtitle style Species Lecture Sections What is important to know for each species?
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Topics Included for Each Species Primary roles/purpose of species Demographics – size and distribution Markets and Economic value Production systems/segments/life cycles Management – Housing, Feeding, Reproduction Product/performance quality, grades, etc.
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Dairy Management ANSC 10200 Department of Animal Sciences Purdue University
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Milk Produced by World’s Major Species Cow - 537, 291,694 – 84.3% Buffalo – 77,360,244 – 12.2% Goat – 12,582,027 – 2.0% Sheep – 8,582,173 – 1.3% Camel – 1,276,634 - .2%
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Dairy Industry/lifecycle Structure Replacement Heifers Milkin g Dairy Products - cheese - milk (various types) - yogurt - ice cream Bull Calves Beef Veal Heifers Processi ng (meat) Live Production Processing Breeding stock AI Bull studs
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(Characteristics) In the 1930’s only 35% of the milk was sold as whole milk; most of the remainder was separated, the cream and skim, fed back to the farm. Characterized as a long-term investment Today consumers demand the skim & nonfat portion of milk as cheese products, and thus created payment for dairy farmers (component pricing) . Component pricing is based on protein, butterfat
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course ANSC 102 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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