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Objective Examine tools related to the animal science industry
Tools for use in animal science Candling light is used to view the interior of eggs to detect blood spots
Tools for Breeding Management Castration tools used to prevent male animals from breeding –Burdizzo –castrator
Steps in using Burdizzo on a Goat
The kid on the left is in tact, the kid on the right was castrated 5 weeks prior.
Artificial insemination tools Artificial vagina to collect semen from the male animal Insemination straw for the disposition of semen into the female.
Tools for Management A syringe is used to give injections or draw bodily fluids A dehorner is used to remove horns from cattle
Tools for Management A rectal thermometer is used to take the temperature of animals –Cattle –Hogs –Sheep –Horse –Chicken 106
Tools for Management A “V” notcher is used to notch the ears of swine for identification
Animal Science Agriscience Applications. Objective Investigate careers related to the field of animal science Investigate careers related to the field.
Animal Identification Systems Animal Science I. Identification Systems Branding cattle Ear Tagging cattle goats Ear Notching swine Tattooing cattle rabbits.
Animal Science and Biotechnology Objective BA011.01: Summarize the physiological needs of animals for growth and reproduction.
Forms of Animal Identification Applied Ag Science.
Swine Identification Large Animal Science. Introduction Pigs need Names too!!!!!
Animal Reproduction Animal Science. Functions of the Male System.
Cattle - Bovine Mature male - bull Mature female - cow Young animal just born - calf Female which has not given birth - heifer Castrated male - steer Male.
Artificial Insemination. History: Arab chieftain tale Antony van Leeuwenhook, Dutch inventor of the microscope, was the first person to observe sperm.
Housing and Equipment Systems Objective: Describe the housing and equipment used in the beef, swine and poultry industry.
Introduction to Animal Science. Competency 1.00 Investigate agriculture animals in order to build a foundational knowledge for advanced animal science.
Principles of Agricultural Science – Animal 1. 2 Using a Syringe Principles of Agricultural Science – Animal Unit 8 Animal Health Lesson 8.4 Pathogens.
Poultry Production Chapter #10. Poultry Meat o High protein o Low fat o Economical to eat o 2nd in consumption only to beef.
Animal Biotechnology. Animal Biotech Animals provide a number of products we use in every day life. Milk Leather Wool.
EMBRYO TRANSFER IN CATTLE. EMBRYO TRANSFER It begins with selection, superovulation, and artificial insemination (A.I.) of the donor animal. Next, the.
What is it?
Farm Animals Who am I?. Chicken We eat eggs that are laid by farm animals. What animal lays these eggs? It starts with the letter C. Insert picture of.
1 Unit B Understanding Animal Body Systems Lesson 7 Understanding Animal Reproduction.
BY: MUHAMMAD KHAYEER AL-FAROUQ NUR FARHANA BT OTHMAN NUR AZMINA BT ZAILAN NURUL SYUHADAH RIBUAN NUR ALYAA BT KAHIRIL ANWAR ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
Animal Reproduction and Genetics Terminology Objective: –Define terminology related to reproductive management and breeding systems including castration,
Objective Describe animal digestive systems of beef, swine, and poultry.
The Poultry Industry One of the fastest growing segments of the animal industry.
Sheep Production Chapter #9. Why choose sheep? n Sheep can survive where cows cant n Sheep will eat problem weeds like Leafy Spurge n Profit per acre.
Reproductive Biotech. Superovulation b treatment of the female with hormones so that more eggs are ovulated than normal.
IN ON UNDER IN FRONT OF BEHIND BETWEEN NEXT TO NEAR ON THE LEFT OF ON THE RIGHT OF.
1 Unit A Basic Principles of Animal Husbandry Lesson 2 Determining the Anatomy and Physiology of Animals.
Animal Reproduction Animal Science II Estrus Cycle Time of day when a female will accept a ____________ for ________________ Length –______ day cycle.
Morning Warm- Up Many cowboys work long hours. They don't mind getting dirty. What kinds of clothes do they wear? Why should we learn about cowboys?
Serology Chapter 12. Serology It is the study of body fluids Blood Saliva Semen Urine.
Animal Science II Principles of Animal Nutrition.
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