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Objective 12.02 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 100-103 –Hogs 102.6 –Sheep 102.3 –Horse 100.5 –Chicken 106
Tools for Management A “V” notcher is used to notch the ears of swine for identification
Tools Used in Animal Science Agriscience Applications.
Animal Science Tools Tools 1.Castrator Tool Used for removing testes from small animals Two Types a.Elastrator b.Scalpel Burdizzio.
Animal Science Careers & Tools Agriscience Applications.
Objective 4.04 Remember tools and their safety practices related to the animal industry.
Tool Identification in Animal Science Objective 4.04: Remember tools and their safety practices related to the animal science industry.
AGRISCIENCE UNIT 12 Worksheet. 1. What educational level is required to become a veterinarian?
Chase High School. Job Requirements Most entry-level jobs require a high school diploma. About 20% of careers in agriscience (including animal science)
1 Animal Science Agriscience Applications 2 Objective Investigate careers related to the field of animal science.
Poultry To prevent chickens from hurting each other. Pecking order Before After
Female parent of animals Male parent of animals.
Artificial Insemination. History of Artificial Insemination Arab Chief stole semen from an arabian stallion belonging to another chief to breed.
Managing Livestock and Poultry. Swine types of housing Pasture or outdoor without climate controlled buildings.
Animal Terminology. Cattle Cow – mature females that can/have reproduced Steer- castrated male cattle that cannot reproduce Bullock – young male.
Arab Chieftains - Stole semen to breed mares Ivanov (Russia) Developed methods as we know today - Most work was with horses but did some.
Animal Terminology. Cattle * Cows – mature females that can reproduce * Steers – castrated male cattle that cannot reproduce * Bullocks – young male bulls.
Agriscience Unit 13 Worksheet. 1. The most popular breed of light horses in the United States is the:
Reproduction. Reproductive Terminology Castration Removing the testicles of male animals to prevent breeding Colostrum The first milk produced after.
Animal Terminology. Cattle * Cows – mature females that can reproduce * Steer – castrated male cattle that cannot reproduce * Bullocks – young male bulls.
Are you ready for Artificial Insemination??. What are we going to cover? 1.History of artificial insemination 2.Artificial insemination objectives 3.Use.
Animal Terminology. Bovine Means What? Cattle * Cows – mature females that can reproduce * Steers – castrated male cattle that cannot reproduce * Bullocks.
Swine (Pig) Production. Main Purpose – to produce pork for Human consumption.
Introduction to Animal Science By Brandy Starnes, East Rowan High School 2010.
Evaluate the pictures before you and determine the common link.
Livestock Equipment Identification Categories of Use.
The Reproductive System Unit 3 – Anatomy and Physiology Lesson 10 – The Reproductive System.
Animal Terminology. Cattle Cattle Bovine – Scientific name Bull – uncastrated male beef/dairy animal. Steer – castrated male beef/dairy animal. Heifer.
Animal Terminology. Cattle Bull – uncastrated male beef/dairy animal. Steer – castrated male beef/dairy animal. Heifer – female beef/dairy animal that.
Domestic Animal Sex Classes. Importance Sex classes are used to determine uses of domestic animals for: –Reproduction –Food Production.
August 2008 Animal Agriculture as Science The Science of Animal Agriculture.
ANIMAL TERMS REVIEW JEOPARDY S2C06 Jeopardy Review.
But This… Not This… Artificial Insemination Documents from around 1322 A.D. state that an Arab chief wanted to mate his mare to a stallion owned by.
Livestock Skillathon Livestock Equipment Identification #1.
Forms of Animal Identification Applied Ag Science.
Animal Identification Systems Animal Science I. Identification Systems Branding cattle Ear Tagging cattle goats Ear Notching swine Tattooing
Animal Terminology Intro to Animal Science AAEC – Paradise Valley Introduction to Agriculture.
Colorado Agriscience Curriculum Animal Science Unit 4 – Reproduction and Genetics Lesson 19 - Embryo Transfer.
Dehorning, Castrating and Docking 4-H Veterinary Science Extension Veterinary Medicine Texas AgriLife Extension Service College of Veterinary Medicine.
Cattle - Bovine Mature male - bull Mature female - cow Young animal just born - calf Female which has not given birth - heifer Castrated male - steer Male.
Animal Science. Uses for Animals Food Work Medicine Research Clothing Recreation Companionship Security.
Livestock Equipment By Dylan Myers, Carsen Lytle, and Jon Zentz.
Animal Identification Systems
Chapter 14: Artificial Insemination Chapter overview: –Chapter 14 presents the development and utilization of artificial insemination (AI): history and.
Animal Reproduction Animal Science.
Embryo Transfer By: Macie Wagstaff. References "Animal Reproduction." Introduction to Animal Science. 5th ed , Print. Bourdon,
Swine Ear Notching 3121 Adam Nash. Swine Ear Notching Ear Notching Universal Swine Identification system Tags will come off in the feed pen
Methods of Identifying Livestock INTRO TO AGRICULTURE AAEC – PARADISE VALLEY SPRING 2015.
Unit 13: Analyze the differences between the beef, swine, and poultry as related to their impact on the agricultural economy Evaluate the various breeds.
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