2010 Fall QuarterAnimal Science 001 Notes

2010 Fall QuarterAnimal Science 001 Notes - Animal Science...

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Animal Science Notes 9/24/10 INTRO POD CAST, on website (smartsite) lab manuals online. Handouts online too (schedules, every section has one) 1000 points. 15 point lab quizzes, two 100 point writing assignments. Not curved. 900 = A writing assignments End Note (keeping track of references, insert citation automatically. Can get at my ucdavis) 2 midterms and a final (not accum.) Exams are what is said in the lectures. Things in lab aren’t on exam. Separate lab final Office hours: T/R 10am-11am Location: 2143 Meyer Hall MATERIAL Why? Talking about animals that will never be extinct that humans take advantage of. Animals that have been domesticated by people are the ones that will always be around. Animals we use for power or energy, food or fiber, entertainment, research, religious elements (this is why we’re going to focus on them) how humans make use of them now and in the past. . Don’t say cow being that’s not their species name, it’s cattle. Cows are mature females that are cattle. Singular annaplural. Cattle are always in herds, sheep are always in flocks. NOT COWS-- CATTLE Where the world is today when it comes to animals. 1 Billion cattle and sheep. 8 million goats. 16 billion chickens. Food world v. food developing world. The more money you get the more you spend on milk and cheese. POWER 99% of ag. Culture power in US is from tractors. In the developing world about 50% of power is from animal and 25% is from Humans. In this world is where animals started being domesticated. FUN FACT: Approx. 30% of world’s pop. Lives in the developed world. They consume 80% of world’s milk ,70% of worlds meat. TROUBLES ELEMENTS OF THE WAYS WE RAISE ANIMALS TODAY, issues we’re going to confront
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Climate change Loss of Biodiversity Environmental damage Animal welfare/ Industrialization EARTH SURFACE 10% of earths surface is arable (farmable). Can I raise plants here? 20% of earth is pasture. Grass, nice to look at but not something humans can take advantage of. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF RUMINATS (cattle= grazers) 30 % Forest 40% Unusable (cities, etc) How we got here, where we are and how we came to be. Domestication - an animal that has been breed in captivity for some assistance or profit in a human community that we control their breeding, eating, etc. Wild (Tame)v (Captive) domesticated Bear Elephants Dog Wild animals are falling more in the middle cause we’re not trying to shape them, but conserve them. It involves a SHAPING. Is there a breed? Sheep started out being domesticated from their wool, humans reshaped them. Key concept is the notice of the breed. Are you trying to take them in a specific direction (ie. are they taller, should they produce more milk, etc) We forced the animal in that direction. 9/27/10
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