Lab 7 ANSC 120

Lab 7 ANSC 120 - ANSC 120 SAAS 20 Visual Inspection and Health Management of Beef Cattle Lab Report 7 October 9 2007 Section_3:00 5:00 Name_Russ

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ANSC 120 / SAAS 20 Visual Inspection and Health Management of Beef Cattle Lab Report # 7 October 9, 2007 Section _3:00 – 5:00 ___      Name__Russ Caudill __ 1. How is a visual health inspection of beef cattle performed? Visual health inspection of beef cattle is performed by simply taking a step  back from the animal and doing an overall visual body inspection of the animal.  During this procedure, basic areas and factors that show signs of good health are  checked.  Some of these areas and factors are, Contentment of the animal, the  animals alertness, eating with relish or chewing a cud for ruminants, sleek and  pliable coat, elastic skin, bright eyes with pink eye membranes, normal feces and  urine, normal temperature and pulse rate and respiratory rate (regular  temperature: 101.5, regular pulse rate: 60-70 bpm and a regular respiratory rate  of 10 – 33 RR).  In addition you should also listen to the sounds the animal is 
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ANSC 120 taught by Professor Darre during the Fall '07 term at UConn.

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Lab 7 ANSC 120 - ANSC 120 SAAS 20 Visual Inspection and Health Management of Beef Cattle Lab Report 7 October 9 2007 Section_3:00 5:00 Name_Russ

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