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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/10/11 Introduction to Animal Industries
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2/10/11 Objectives – students should: § § understand the role of animals in providing food and fiber § understand the human and animal demographics § understand trends in land use, people on farms, and the commercial animal agriculture system in the U.S. § understand the importance and origins of the Land Grant system in the U.S. in delivering helpful information to consumers and producers
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2/10/11 Animal Agriculture Food- Natural fibers and by-products- Plant and animal products- Companion Animals - work and pleasure is the primary product of agriculture Such as wool, cotton, leather, alcohol, and certain pharmaceuticals, oils, and plastics are also important products, valuable to society and the economy. Cereals, vegetables, fruits, meat, milk, eggs provide nutrients essential for human life. Horses, Dogs, Cats, Exotics
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2/10/11 World Human Population The world population of people is expected to increase about 1.6% each year. During 1999 there were _ ______ _ of people and by 2010 there will be approximately ___________ people. Amazingly, the percentage increase for the 6 billion 7 billion
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2/10/11 Predicted Human Population Trend Regions Millions Millions % 1994 2010(2008/9) Change Europe 728 734 0.8 North Am. 290 334 (305) 15.2 Latin Am. 470 584 24.3 Asia 3,390 4,253(3,776) 25.4 Africa 700 1,078(991) 54.0 World 5,607 7,022(6,795) 25.2 Source: 1995 Proceedings Maryland Conference 2008 World 6, 706 US 306
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2/10/11 Animal products in human diets in
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2/10/11 Per Capita Meat Consumption by
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2/10/11 Animal products in human diets in developed and developing cultures Developed cultures rely much more on animal products for energy (28%) and protein (62%) The average African receives 7% of their calories from animal products. Most cultures increase their consumption of animal products as income rises. The average African eats 64% of the daily
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2/10/11 Per capita meat supply of some countries 88 – WORLD Average
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Per capita meat supply of some countries – in pounds 88 – WORLD Ave. 276 – U.S.A.
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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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