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Unformatted text preview: (Firs Exercise to go with Table 1-3 Look at Table 1-3 to answer these questions. In the US. food supply: 1. What is the most important single source of energy in the US. food supply? éra AN; 2. i What is the single most important source of total fat in the US. food supply? Fat 5 v 03 i S 3. Do we get most of our dietary cholesterol from animal or plant sources? firm/m l 4. What percent of total Vitamin B12 comes from animal sources? Q 6? ‘Z 5. What is the single largest source of calcium to the human population? ® @033” /ezcl- “bolted 6. Is it a good idea for strict carnivores (eats no vegetables or fruits) to have a dietary requirement for Vitamin C? Lé/S 7. What is the only thing of any consequence that we get from sugars and sweetners? EWW Swine Barn Lab ANSI 1124 1. The OSU swine herd is a closed herd—what does that mean? I 3 5:? m 5:!) g (I .- , ,- ' 963:4 "A! / . $3? {J if ’63??? :6?!“ ‘7‘??? t fig“ .. arm-J ’2‘ .Jfll‘ J V. g .- .. , fl 7 ff? 5: jaw “9! A“. 5; .' k; i £4 1“ Mg! ;,J. Ah “it/2.4V; {EL {Effiwfig 2. True/False - In swine artificial insemination, fresh semen is more used than frozen semen. 4—... / rue..- 3. What are some advantages of artificial insemination in swine? CQA «7.0+ {Lyman «49.44. “WA/WW: /0)Md' fleaw/ Jlo bv‘flma] m. beam 3‘ /’/9¢.—,/ (hm. filmed ‘7’ Saw: (if; m {m , 4. What are the procedures performed on newly born pigs at the OSU swine center? 3.)... ,. s . _ , 4». L g, (M? @911.qu a... :3. 611% MJ N’ {5* ‘93“ f; 4 4 0mm W. 0.4 3.4.35». has». C“ m “' . 5k £00K 4A 1 i g 5. At the OSU swine farm, at approximately what age are pigs weaned and placed in the nursery? (5 Wk. 5 ok) 6. What pure breeds and crossbreeds are used at the OSU swine farm. (spell them out) and are—J ”.3me;: CM 6.71.2.2.) com. *0 a mac. 3 7. Which purebred at the OSU swine center is known for maternal abilities? (spell it out) 96 {.54 .J. F: J 8. Which purebred at the OSU swine center is known for good carcass characteristics? (spell it out) A: .. «ff *. ;. 1.397.: 1.59;: j r; a"; I . 9. On the back of this sheet, describe the system at the OSU swine center that is being used to control odor. I mean a full description. What are the parts, what does it do, how does it work? And, I don’t just mean the biofilters. What else is involved? Write! ! ! ! l! x. ”’1 , 9 ’ M”. {9,9 :1 '. ,. , :J , ./ ..-. ,v ’ . v. 3 gr . (A " , . .9 . 15>."JJJ.J?J’. JfiJrfisr. fl. 5. .4 J15...» (in: ms: - - Jr JJ/ J ~ m: JJ. .55” 4/‘J2 @VJ/fi (fig; [(éiJ/g git S’flAL (so? 4" “J11: star- 975$. f’é’mé: fl/a‘ac'éas 1‘5. ‘Hw AJ} and f/ean 4W 1%.“, r M‘K , Equine Center Visitation Laboratory Date H {LZHO Nameoflableader [1M (ASA, 1. What breed of horse do we have at OSU equine center? AMUTZ m. (BV‘TDA avarid‘} 2. Describe the weaning procedure for foals at the equine center. Pike M (Mid? 1013115 [03 Ll martin, “rm/<86 Ili’wi 3 flayS- P4194120 1,0622%”? 3. Where do the brood mares at the OSU Equine Center come from? WoopaZU/r Aemmwflj 4. Does the OSU Equine Center stand stud horses to the public? N43 } UI‘ Lass Your gm? ibis 3% w 5. How many breeding stallions are at the equine center? 6. What are most of the research trials conducted at the OSU equine center usually concerned with? (what kll’ld OftOpiCS) Piniosff’i’h/ (g vim, Ming/Ii I (:0 Mngr‘? A / 6%j‘7’mgm , m...— yM‘l—on (om wagon 41.40 7. What is the name of the apparatus that a mare 1s placed in for breedin ? Brawl: 5/7. 52% W61 8. When collecting semen from a stud, what is the container called that is used for collection of the semen during ejaculation? A \i n: a ' AP+LC5Cth\ Ui‘jlflé " C Dimwbg flflwfiowf 9. Do we breed any mares naturally at the OSU Equine center? Why? {3 nwi" O ‘7 ' r mag . whim“ 67L swim a 2 ' 10. Describe the feed given to horses at the OSU Equine Center. What is the advantage of this feed? 10% CUM M, L its Che «a» / Cém 967W“)WW$M sic/«WV at “it ‘ } hid/7&1“ (7L m VUSW. I ’C l 1. What are ways you can become involved at the OSU Equine Center? Iflfit‘fl SW95 ) CWMTV» @V‘mi’mfl/ \nwvicj Pw‘iwrofigmdrm «M 13W “A; t/flfims Equine Center Visitation Laboratory Last name(print& First Name(print) . 7 - “ Date 4.... 6' V / 0 Name of lab leader Tim Cast?» 1. What breed of horse do we have at OSU equine center? ”rung at “M 53W: ”/7/ M155? 2. Describe the weaning procedure for foals at the equine center. qmwl @fii/‘d Weawlofl ”@104 Mia/x final; “EV thwfiaéveg 3. Where do the brood mares at the OSU Equine Center come from? taxpayéf 5’ ‘1‘ dawfiw 4. Does the OSU Equine Center stand stud horses to the public? Ill/6 , +067 VKUCV” [iabdét/ 5'1”») ”’94“ ML “saw 5. How many breeding stallions are at the equine center? ‘3’ 6. What are most of the research trials conducted at the OSU equine center usually concerned with? (what kind 0ft0p1CS) Fbeo) é; Mafia/L 61»; «(3me aompmymgf £46191 61 law 14] W; 7. What is the name of the apparatus that a mare is placed in for breeding? $ yxg¢é 3049, {60 CA 6(& 8. When collecting semen from a stud, what is the container called that is used for collection of the semen during ejaculation? _ ' f (o/Achce/v 0‘4": {AA /g4//J(;'€€‘Ja( MfJ/véx 9. Do we breed any mares naturally at the OSU Equine center? Why? [4/9 ‘ 00/17 A 1%: gel.“ r1 . WW gudlwt fixtfl + babiflay 10. Describe the feed given to horses at the OSU Equine Center. What is the advantage of this feed? 20% 5:9“fi/f7/Zaw maxi fl/“Qiflc’fidgo; /0£’¢ 6056 “M74 1% fife/{JU/J'r/laga é’m’fé, fl/flwj 11. What are ways you can become involved at the OSU Equine Center? Dairy Visitation Laboratory ”i ‘ 4 [Q«’7~/52 Last name (print First Name (print) date 5 To get full credit, you must provide full and substantial answers to these questions. 1. What is the “room” that cows are milked in called? MilKrW} Patter What is the name for the type of arrangement for the cows in the “room” mentioned above? a {Vt/85’“ N (”2% f M K . If it takes 8 pounds of milk to make one pound of cheese, then how many pounds of cheese can be made from one tank full of milk from the OSU dairy? 3%? 2, 2 2y <6 a? 0 fl {fir /3{§;’C‘>/3£ {3,1 3") g/Q’LS“ /£/)g a1? (,Ar/e-f—éw ”27,5 5', O at»; e; m3" . - What breed of dairylc—attle does théZOSU dairy have asits base breed? A/m‘ifimn 5. Does the dairy have any other breeds? Why? Any crossbreeds? Why? (flituff'v/é‘fs fig, (had, (at, 511: a; aaarw 79%;; M rim/fa!” «mt arr/aw 465m Kerrie r36 (Wake! M axe/{7, W A“ W“ ki’fwfi; Karate 1w {eméfflwa/r farm V59“ $535412? 51;: ,wwr’ {ffé’mmg 6. What are the little houses the dairy calves are kept in called? 4‘ ‘ ya?!” 1’3?! 1’36?fo flféfié’f rpm» CM (1 Haitiia3 7. What is a TMR? Kflw‘ri ‘3‘ QQJVW S’ftzaa‘aaa; f 71:11”) fiat: “0'6“ 8. List the feedstuffs that you observe at the dairy. : i .r (a r)“ h 7‘ > r “/l ’ ‘ (CY/IT at» ffi‘fi’fiflmj fll'p/ Dr’s Ninth Guitars; Cc‘f'gfifi mf’é‘fifl‘ {rail}; [14%]; [35“; gfiqé‘ifi 9. What is the value of marker assisted selection in the dairy industry? 7Lflfiflr1€¥ JLI’Ew;7/l}.”7 /-‘ C (90/155. 7gb W/V’G {(2% 4‘ T: {V 74 fifixctv 44w ,. 3 3%“th W /7ZEe~15-r 14597-45,» 7WW51¢I Perjfflffi 5/7534" Qfi/fl firmifij Agraaéefll ffifigfl’ym Beef Center Visitation Laboratory Last name (parrot First Name (print);— 1' a Name of person conduction lab w“ 9/4 C ”be 132%. To get full credit for the lab you must provide full and substantial answers to these questions. 1. What is the purpose of raising purebred beef cattle? 7; c3 (Wk? WO’O’M y; (/5: [be "76% 3%:>5 2. What breeds of beef cattle does the OSU Purebred beef center have? 4’17“” Blflwiufi ) [file/“pat ‘ SEWW;,V; / LI.M6D§:W 3. What possible purpose might crossbred cattle have on this facility? r. lama Cat/{y 2.4mm am W“ (M gig! Aépégmyrr 4. Describe the reason for crossbreeding commercml beef cattle. {19533165737 4L Cfiwf’vgmoy ‘: ex—lna, Via/Entry 5. When you look at the facilities for show cattle and at the cattle themselves, it must be obvious that this is not the way that commercial cattle are raised. So, why do we go to this effort for “show” beef cattle? What value does this activity have? What is its purpose? Hint: Don’t tell me what is done, tell me why it is done. 1. [:WM (Numb Glam MW Prat!“ 2. PrN/anfi USE, (493% ”W 3. 'PmMiW/W MSKS 13b? 4. [MW +I'SW-l 5- Marisa/rm A_1~I_s_I_liz_4 6 Sheep Center Lab Be sure to provide complete and comprehensive answers for full credit. 1. Who is the person in charge of this lab? What is his job? ”34% KW‘JV,‘ mei‘wit/ 0"; 9444,: Q41}? 2. True/False - The taste of lamb meat depends largely on how it is prepared and the age of the lamb. TR U a: 3. Which breeds of sheep/ goats are currently used at the OSU sheep center? E Hamp {B/mccflczx) Dar :4qu RN! GW 4. Yes/No - Of the sheep breeds at OSU, are there any seasonal breeder? Y 8 <4 5. Of the breeds used at the OSU sheep center, which is the one that: has no wool on their head and no wool below their knees and hooks; are jet black about their head and legs; have long, slender noses; have pendulous ears; and are wide between their eyes. Sufisi 6. What is the OSU sheep center’s goal for their annual percentage lamb crop?” no (150% 7. Why that goal? ’0 a . - . . - 4 _. WM "”6" ”Lt/{brew items»; "‘74 w a“; 1:355 I‘m Z. 8. What is the most numerous commercial ewe in the United States? (nonregistered) “WE" 64:44:42. effigefs 9. What is the breed of goat used at the OSU sheep center? How are we going to get more goats? C706?!( 5:,“ @345 7%“:th Céf //(I I: 10. Why don’t we use AI in sheep and goats as much as we do in cattle and swine? ANSI 1124 Willard Sparks Center 6 Date 2/” ?* {0 1. What is the name of the person conducting this lab? What is his/her job title? 3. Which species is studied at this facility? 4. What departments/units/colleges on this campus use this facility for research? /' ,- éd is. $3 De f3 W 1’ {yaw Ue/é‘r 5’. m7? ~L- flint/- 5. What are the primary types of research conducted at this facility and what investigator is/has been in charge of those? ‘ W e a. Currently? fli ‘ " ‘ :1 f) A i g??? XV/‘éb £5949, “f '1 xix! if: ’5“ [/é 1’ V g: W4» “3 fr” 63v ‘14}? (4&fl fligi‘Jthij" a/JCXR‘: if)” (jgj‘flifiia’ j) 9" b‘r VCffl’K br‘e L b. Historically? ‘ , Amk r l)?“ K“: , 5/7) Ombwi KT“? megfimfl ‘ ‘ if s ‘ K I ,1 , t L] 50H} kf/wfii //g:;iflg,rs vii/IQ; 6. On the back of this sheet, describe this facility (the chutes, alleys, pens etc) in great detail. This means fill up the page with description. ...
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