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Feedstuff Identification Photo SessionIngredients Processed Feeds Quit Return to Main Menu
Photo Session Feed IngredientsAlfalfa Cubes Alfalfa Leaf Meal Alfalfa Silage Barley Beet Pulp Brewers Grain Corn, shelled Corn, cracked Corn, ground Corn Gluten Corn Silage Cottonseed, fuzzy Fat, dry Fish Meal Grain Sorghum Molasses, dry Oats, whole Oats, rolled Porcine Meal Rice Rye Soybean Hull Pellets Soybean Meal Vitamin Blend Wheat Wheat Bran Wheat Middling Home Quit
Alfalfa Leaf Meal
Corn Gluten Meal
Soybean Hull Pellets
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Blended Feed Crumb Cube Mash Meal PelletPhoto Session Processed Feeds Blended Feed Crumb Cube Mash Meal Pellet Home Quit
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Feed Identification Catagories of Use. Legume Alfalfa.
Brooke and Beth. Proteins Blood Meal Ground limestone mineral.
Information on a Feed Tag Feed manufacturers required by law to provide certain info on feed tag Applies to all commercial feeds.
Feedstuff Identification Education Session Quit Feed Ingredients Processed Feeds Return to Main Menu Return to Main Menu.
Feedstuff Identification #1
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Essential Nutrients and Feedstuffs
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Types of Feeds.
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Animal Nutrition Nutrients General Information Nutrient- chemical element or compound that aids in the support of life. Ration- the amount and.
1 Animal Science 1 Adapted from: Traci Tate Croatan High School.
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KimPakTer Effect heat treatment on nutritional values Eko Widodo.
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Nutrient Composition, Use and Limitations of Commonly Available Feedstuffs.
Animal Nutrition. Groups of Nutrients 1. Carbohydrates 2. Fats and Oils 3. Proteins 4. Vitamins 5. Minerals 6. Water.
Cereal Grains, Legumes, & Oilseeds Chapter 17. Cereal Grains Types: –Wheat, Rye, Rice, Corn, Oats, Sorghum, Barley, etc Products: –flour, starch, oil,
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Animal, Plant & Soil Science
Lesson 1 Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Animals.
Feedstuffs According to their origin they can be: –Grass and forage crops –Roots and tubers –Silage –Hay, straws –Cereal grains and by-products –Protein.
Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson C3-1 Nutrients and Their Importance to Animals.
Animal Nutrition. Terms Objectives Carbohydrates Carbohydrates Fats & Oils Fats & Oils Proteins Proteins Vitamins Vitamins Minerals Minerals Water Water.
What’s in a Grain?.
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WELCOME TO KNOWING YOUR FEEDSTUFFS!. Why is this mini lesson important?
By: Shayna Peterson. A. Barley B. Fox tail millet C. Flax D. Grain Sorghum.
Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Animals
Distillers Grains Use in Dairy Cattle Operations and Effect on production and Milk Characterics: What Does the Research Say? Ethanol Co-Product Storage.
Meeting the Nutritional Needs of Animals. Next Generation Science/Common Core Science Standards Addressed RST.11 ‐ 12.7 Integrate and evaluate multiple.
Digestion and Nutrition Ruminant digestive system Mouth- bites and chews food Rumen- large part of ruminant’s stomach where bacteria change large amounts.
Grains Foods and Nutrition. Grain An edible seed – member of grass family.
Equine Nutrition Randy C. Webb Virginia Tech 2007.
FEED and BEDDING. ROUGHAGE Bulky foods, like grass, hay and beet pulp. It is necessary to have every day for a horse’s digestion. Also helps keep a horse.
Equine Science Classes of Feeds. Classes of Feeds Roughages Roughages Concentrates Concentrates Supplements Supplements.
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