AnS 101: Describing and Identifying Livestock (Beef, Sheep, Swine, Goats)
Introduction Discussions of livestock almost always involve descriptions and comparisons of individual animals. Often, livestock managers use terminology and a "language" that
ANS 101: W14 HOMEWORK ON HORSES
Directions: Due Tuesday by 5 as usual Paged 1-3 are the part that you complete and hand in. It is recommended that you type into the boxes or print and neatly hand write your answers on this formatted sheet. Pages 4-27
W11: Homework From Beef Farm Visit
Respond to the questions and hand in before Tuesday at 5. I. The Stages of the Beef Production Cycle Describe what happens in a typical integrated beef production system, using our lecture, our tour, and a
ANS 101 W10 HW :
Commercially, many "composite" lines of poultry have been developed from a few breeds known for their abilities to grow and/or lay eggs. Some breeds are not commercially important, but have notoriety
ANS 101 W10 HW :
Please study the following breeds:
Colors? Mostly for eggs, meat, both or ornamental Origin? Egg color? Comb Type Other?
Colors? Mostly for eggs, meat, both or ornamental Origin?
Egg color? Comb Type Other?
Body Parts for Animals
People and text books use different names for different parts of the animal. For study and consistency purposes, these charts are the "official" part names used in AnS 101. You will want to know the parts and their correct spel
AnS101 Identifying and Describing Feeds and Rations NOTES Describing Feeds
Our symbiotic relationship with domestic animals is first and foremost affected by what we feed them. The health and well-being is at stake, let alone productivity in the case
AnS 101 W3: Homework for Behavior and Handling Due in 119 Kildee by Tuesday at 5:00.
KEY Each cell counts 1 point. Suggested answers taken from the reading are given below. Other in put not listed below can be very valid too, so you will have to judg
Habituation Habituation is said to have occurred when repeated presentations of the stimulus by itself cause a decrease in the response. eg: play tapes to teach dogs to ignore storms, sack out a horse, exposure to traffic. Sensitization Sensitization
W2 Quiz: On Animal Heritage
Lab ID _ Name: _
1. What defines a domesticated species? _ 2. T/F? By our class definition, "symbiotic" means that we use animals to meet our needs. 3. T/F? Agriculture, hence domestication began when nomads settled an a
Number 228 Name Jessica Schnellbacher
W13 HW Sheep
I. Breed Examination Please characterize the following breeds of sheep according to the criteria listed on the column headings. You should download this sheet in MSWord and just type right into the