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Round #1 Mum,Mum Good Where in the World Light up the Grill This does what? The Dr.’s In $10 $20 $30 $40 $50
Mum, Mum Good - $10 This cereal grain contains the most energy? What is Corn
Mum, Mum Good - $20 The “First Milk” full of protein energy and antibodies is called? What is Colostrum
Mum, Mum Good - $30 The easiest way to increase the calcium level in an animal’s diet is by adding what Feedstuff ? What is Limestone
Mum, Mum Good - $40 The easiest way to increase the calcium level in an animal’s diet is by adding what Feedstuff ? What is Limestone
Mum, Mum Good - $50 ** Daily Double** Grass Tetany is caused by a lack of which mineral in the animal’s diet ? What is Magnesium
Where in the World - $10 This breed of cattle originated in Scotland and is the #1 Breed in the U.S What is Angus
Where in the World - $20 This sheep breed is known for their carcass traits and large bell shaped ears What is Suffolk
Where in the World - $30 This English breed of hog is black with white points and erect ears What is Berkshire
Where in the World - $40 This “Zebu” breed of cattle is known for their tolerance to heat and insects What is Brahma
Where in the World - $50 This Australian breed of sheep is known for it’s high quality wool. Merino
Light Up the Grill - $10 The meat from this species is bright cherry red. Beef
Light Up the Grill - $20 What wholesale cut do all species have in common Loin
Light Up the Grill - $30 The 7-bone roast comes form which part of the beef carcass? Chuck
Light Up the Grill - $40 In the U.S, beef is most often eaten in this form Hamburger
Light Up the Grill - $50 A cut of meat that contains a round bone came from which part of the animal. Arm or leg
This Does What - $10 Implant Gun
This Does What - $20 You have a Balling Gun, what are you about to do? Give an animal a pill
This Does What - $30 An elastrator is used to do what? Castrate or Dock tails
This Does What - $40 Lamb Tube Feeder
This Does What - $50 This tool is uses ink to mark an animal with a form of permanent identification Tattoo Pliers or Slapstick Tattoo
The Dr’s In - $10 How is a SubQ (Sub Cutaneous) shot is given? Under the skin
The Dr’s In - $20 Why do we give an animal a vaccine? The PREVENT a diesease
The Dr’s In - $30 What is the biggest problem with an animal that has the scours? Dehydration
The Dr’s In - $40 What are the 4 ways to deworm an animal? Injection, Drench, Pour-on, Feed
The Dr’s In - $50 White Muscle Disease is cause by a lack of which mineral & vitamin Selenium & Vitamin E
Round #2 Got Your Number Off to the Market The Green, Green Grass The Pig Stands Alone Hodgepodge $50 $100 $200 $300 $400
Got Your Number - $50 How many permanent teeth will a two year old ewe have? What is 4
Got Your Number - $100 How long is the estrous cycle of a sheep? 17 days
Got Your Number - $200 What is the gestation length of a sow? 114 days 3 month, 3 weeks, 3 days
Got Your Number - $300 What is the average body temperature for each species (Beef, Swine, Sheep) ? Beef = Sheep = Swine = 102.5
Got Your Number - $400 Your hog has gained 200 lbs. in 100 days. What is the ADG? ADG = 2.0 lbs
Off to the Market - $50 What species reaches market weight at a year of age? Beef Cattle
Off to the Market - $100 What are the dressing percentages for the following species? Beef, Swine, Sheep Swine = 70%, Beef = 60% Sheep = 50%
Off to the Market - $200 What are the 4 wholesale cuts of pork? Boston butt, picnic shoulder, loin, ham
Off to the Market - $300 What are the four main quality grades of beef? Prime, Choice, Select, Standard
Off to the Market - $400 A 120 pound lamb will have a carcass that will average how many pounds? 50 lbs.
The Green, Green Grass - $50 This legume forage adds nitrogen to the soil and is high in protein Alfalfa
The Green, Green Grass - $100 What are three characteristics of good quality hay? Green, leafy, free of mold and dust
The Green, Green Grass - $200 Forage should be cut in which stage to get the most nutritional value Vegetative
The Green,Green Grass - $300 An animal that eats grass and has a 4-chambered stomach is called a? Ruminant
The Green,Green Grass - $400 This grass is popular in pastures, but often contains a fungus which can decrease rate of gain and fertility Fescue
The Pig Stands Alone - $50 What color is pork? Pinkish-Gray
The Pig Stands Alone - $100 Name the breed of hog that is known for having large litters and large ears? Landrace
The Pig Stands Alone - $200 What breed of hog was developed in the U.S and is known for fast growth, heavy muscle and good quality meat? Duroc
The Pig Stands Alone - $300 If you walk into a pig barn and see hogs with twisted snouts, what disease is present? Rhinitis
The Pig Stands Alone - $400 When looking at a hog what ear is notched with the little number? Right
Hodgepodge - $50 Frame score is a measure of what in cattle? Size
Hodgepodge - $100 The infection of an animals udder or teats is called? Mastitis
Hodgepodge - $200 A respiratory disease, usually seen in sale barn animals and is caused by a bacteria is called Shipping Fever
Hodgepodge - $300 What contaminant causes the most problems in wool? Plastic Fibers
Hodgepodge - $400 What is a free martin? An heifer who was born twin to a bull. Usually sterile
Final Question Can you Make the Grade?
Final Question The measurement that estimates the amount of lean meat from a carcass is called ?
Final Question Yield Grade
Pork, the other white meat Downloaded off National Website.
Pork, the other white meat Industry/Production Farrow to Finish Feeder pig Producer Grower to Finisher Seedstock.
Bellwork What does it mean if a disease or virus is zoonotic?
Meats Chapter 19 Page 321. What is Meat? The edible portions of mammals. These mammals contain muscle, fat, bone, connective tissue, and water. Meat provides.
Terms to Know Scientific name for swine: Porcine Mature male swine: Boar Mature female swine: Sow Young female swine: Gilt Altered male swine: Barrow.
Swine Notes. Leading states in hog production: Iowa - #1 Illinois Minnesota Indiana Nebraska Missouri North Carolina Ohio Kansas South Dakota.
Livestock Feeding Practices By: Mariah Gumfory, Arlene Barrett, Haley Vrazel, & Dennis Bratton.
Swine (Pig) Production. Main Purpose – to produce pork for Human consumption.
SheepSwineBeefDairyPoultry Livestock Jeopardy!
Grading Slaughter Cattle. Quality Grades: Prime (highest) Choice (most desirable today) Select (good) Standard Determined by the amount of fat.
Hog Unit 11 th -12 th Grade. Essential Questions 1. What are 5 breeds of hogs? 2. What is the proper terminology used in Hog Production.
Andrew Brock From: Modern Poultry and Livestock Production and Agriscience Fundamentals and Applications.
Breeds of Swine. What the student will learn The physical characteristics and identification that separates the individual breeds. Some basic.
Principles of Livestock/Poultry Evaluation and Showmanship.
Livestock Evaluation And Selection By Mr. Josiah Mayfield Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office July, 2002.
Pork Production in Nova Scotia. Terms to Know Sow: Adult female pig. Boar: Adult male pig. Often kept for breeding purposes. Barrow: A neutered male pig.
Adapted from Blakely and Bade. The Science of Animal Husbandry Breeds of Swine Agriscience 102 Applied Agricultural Science and Technology Edited.
Breeds and Selection of Swine Terms: §Swine: mammal in the family Suidae. Domesticated species grown for their edible flesh and fat, for their hides.
Stockmans Practice Info Meat Identification & Judging.
Scientific Name – Sus scrofa Other common names – swine, porcine Monogastric Digestive System (single stomach) Boar – male pig Sow – mature female.
Dairy Cow Nutrition Feeding ruminant animals at different life stages Julie Toth.
Nutrition for Show Steers Jim Sprinkle Area Extension Agent, Animal Science University of Arizona American Hereford Association.
Unit 14: Explore animal nutrition and digestion in relation to livestock and poultry management Determine nutritional requirements for livestock and poultry.
Animal, Plant & Soil Science Lesson C3-1 Nutrients and Their Importance to Animals.
$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300.
Basic Animal Breeds. Objectives To be able to explain basic livestock breeds by their characteristics.
Pork Industry Lets get started!. TERMS TO KNOW Sow- Mature Female pig Boar- Male pig Barrow – castrated male pig Piglet- Young pig Gilt – Immature female.
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.
Chase High School. Job Requirements Most entry-level jobs require a high school diploma. About 20% of careers in agriscience (including animal science)
Stockman’s Practice Info Breeds. Angus Originated in Aberdeen Scotland #1 Breed (by total numbers) in the US Good Mothers Good Muscle Good Marbling Good.
QUALITY GRADING LIVESTOCK Quality Standards for Beef, Pork and Poultry The United States Department of Agriculture sets forth quality features.
Major Breeds of Beef, Swine, and Poultry Unit A: Introduction to Animal Science.
Livestock & Poultry Evaluation & Showmanship Obj: Describe the grading system for various feeder/finish livestock.
The Swine Industry. Objectives Understand importance of the swine industry Overview of the structure of the swine industry Become familiar with terms.
What is it?
Selecting Swine 3121 Adam Nash. The Incredible Pig Did you know? Fat from the pig was used to make nitroglycerine for War explosives After war, consumers.
Understand quality features of beef, pork and poultry Objective 4.02.
ACT - Swine Breeds1. 2 Hampshire These hogs are black with a white belt that extends from one front leg, over the shoulder, and down the other front leg.
Sheep Production Flipped classroom – week 13 Why choose sheep? n Sheep can survive where cows can’t n Sheep will eat problem weeds like Leafy Spurge.
Selecting Swine Plant & Animal Science. Bell Work The Incredible Pig Did you Know? The pig was among the first animals domesticated Introduced to North.
Sheep Production. Why choose sheep? n Sheep can survive where cows can’t n Sheep will eat problem weeds like Leafy Spurge n Profit per acre is the same.
Animal Selection and Evaluation Livestock Evaluation.
Introduction to Pork Production. Definitions Female after giving birth: Sow Young female: Gilt Having piglets: Farrowing Male: Boar Castrated Male: Barrow.
4/29/ Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Calving Calf Bull Heifer.
Swine ID. American Landrace Developed around 1895 Long body length Ears large and drooping Sows noted for good milk production.
Animal Science Agriscience Applications. Objective Investigate careers related to the field of animal science Investigate careers related to the field.
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