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Materials charge optional. Comprehensive treatment of the meat industry and pre- sentation of basic facts about one of our most important food products. 286 BEHAVIOR OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS 3 S AGR 170 rec. Behavioral patterns and systems, group formations, social- ization, physical environment, genetic and physiological fac- tors as they relate to domestic animals. 288 ADVANCED LIVESTOCK AND DAIRY CATTLE SELECTION 3 F AGR 280 req. Lab and field trips. Judging various species of livestock in relation to their func- tions in the show ring and market and the presentation of oral reasons. 290 HORSE SCIENCE 3 S AGR 170 or documented evidence of 3 years experi- ence with horses req. Offered even-numbered years. Anatomy, physiology, nutrition, and genetics applied specifically to horses. 295 SUMMER INTERNSHIP IN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 3 Summer Adm to Professional Studies req. Incl Clin Exp: 100 hrs, Type 1-4, 9. Experience in the profession of agricultural education in high school. Includes program planning and working with special-needs students. 302 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN AGRICULTURE 1-3 F,S,Summer Maj/min in Agriculture or Agriculture Business; 2.50 GPA req. May be repeated; max 6 hrs. Special work in research interests of student and staff. Pro- jects must be approved by the staff member and the Chair- person of the Department.
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112 C A S T Agriculture 303 SEMINAR IN AGRICULTURE 1 F,S Sr or grad standing req. 310 RURAL APPRAISALS 3 F or S AGR 216 or 318 or ACC 131 rec and an academic background in agriculture. Field trips. Principles, procedures, and terminology for evaluating rural property; preparation of appraisal reports as currently prepared by qualified and experienced rural appraisers. 311 STRATEGIC AGRIBUSINESS SALES 3 F Jr/sr standing req; AGR 215 or cons inst req. Skills, ethics and behavior theories and concepts for the pro- fessional, business-to-business, agribusiness salesperson. 312 ADVANCED FARM ACCOUNTING 3 S AGR 213 and 216 req. Advanced farm business records and analysis with emphasis on computer applications. 313 ADVANCED FARM MANAGEMENT 3 S AGR 213 and 216 req. Farm business decisions and their interrelationships. Exami- nation of statics, dynamics, and uncertainty in agricultural decision-making. 314 MARKETING GRAIN AND LIVESTOCK 3 F AGR 214 or cons inst req. Formerly GRAIN MARKET- ING. Not for cr if had AGR 316. Economic principles applied to marketing grain and live- stock. Consideration given to producers and distributors of grain. 315 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS OF THE AGRIBUSINESS FIRM 3 AGR 215; MAT 120; and AGR 216 or ACC 131 or cons inst req. Application of quantitative concepts and methods to the analysis and financial management of proprietary and coop- erative agribusiness firms. 317 FOOD INDUSTRY MARKETING AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 3 F or S AGR 215 or cons inst req.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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