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Breeds of Swine Northeastern Agricultural Education Mr. Caffee
Landrace §Originated in Denmark §Drooped ears §Known for their maternal instincts §White §Long §Flatter-topped than other breeds
Berkshire §Originated in England §Black with white legs, snout and switch §Once kept at Buckingham Palace §Known for producing high quality meats §Erect ears
Chester White §Originated in Chester County, Pennsylvania §White with drooped ears §Mothering breed §Known to produce large litters
Duroc §Originated in the United States §Solid red §Drooped ears §Slight dish to the face §Excellent meat type hog
Hampshire §Originated in the United States §Probably the oldest American breed §Black with a white belt §Small, erect ears §Well-known meat breed
Hereford §Originated in Missouri §Developed from crossing Berkshires and Durocs §Red with white face, legs and underline §Medium-sized, drooping ear §Long neck
Poland China §Originated in the US §Noted for ability to easily gain weight §Quiet dispositions §Black with white snouts, legs and switch §Generally poor mothers §Drooped ears
Spots §Developed in Indiana §Black and white spots §Efficient feeders §Noted for rapid weight gain
Tamworth §Originated in Ireland §Red in color §A noted bacon breed §Deep-sided §Well-arched back §Erect ears §Good mothers §Very active
Yorkshire §Originated in England §White §Large, erect ears §Known as “The Mother Breed” §Produces large litters §Bacon-type hog
Breeds of Swine 3121 Adam Nash Landrace Originated in Denmark Drooped ears Known for their maternal instincts White Long Flatter-topped than other breeds.
Breeds of Swine Northeastern Agricultural Education Mr. Caffee.
Breeds of Swine Principles of AFNR c 12 C. Landrace Originated in Denmark Drooped ears Known for their maternal instincts White Know for long bodies Flatter-topped.
Identifying Breeds of Swine Mrs. Gilbreath Today you should be able to… Identify characteristics of major swine breeds. Identify characteristics of major.
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Texas Veterinary Science CDE Breeds List Hereford.
Swine Breeds and Characteristics. Berkshire Black w/ 6 white points (4 white feet, snout, tip of tail) Erect ears Lean & typically less fat than other.
Breeds Of Swine Mr. Chudej. American Landrace From Denmark From Denmark Medium to large Breed Medium to large Breed White Hog White Hog Long body length.
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Swine Breeds. Objective Know the eleven main swine breeds of the US Be able to describe what they look like Tell where they are from Be able to tell what.
AMERICAN LANDRACE Originated in Denmark White in color with huge drooping ears Longer than other breeds because of extra vertebrae More confinement adaptable.
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Breeds of Swine McAllen FFA Mr. Leal. Objective The learner will learn the important breeds of swine in the US swine industry The learner will learn facts.
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Breeds of Swine. What the student will learn The physical characteristics and identification that separates the individual breeds. Some basic.
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Swine ID. American Landrace Developed around 1895 Long body length Ears large and drooping Sows noted for good milk production.
BREEDS OF SWINE COLOR CHARACTERISTICS TODAY’S OBJECTIVES We will learn the color characteristics of these eight breeds You will do a worksheet over the.
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Major Breeds of Beef, Swine, and Poultry Unit A: Introduction to Animal Science.
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BREEDS OF SWINE. AMERICAN LANDRACE The various strains of Landrace swine are the descendants of the famous Danish Landrace hogs that were developed in.
Terms to Know Scientific name for swine: Porcine Mature male swine: Boar Mature female swine: Sow Young female swine: Gilt Altered male swine: Barrow.
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Photo by Regis Lefebure courtesy of USDA Agricultural Research Service. BREEDS OF SWINE Ms. Glaze.
Swine Breeds By Jordyn Cook. American Landrace All white (no markings) Down/Floppy ears The ears are bigger & longer than Chesters Their ears cover most.
Swine Breeds Breeds, Origins, Colors, Characteristics.
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Breeds of Swine An Excellent Resource is exhibiting 71 breeds of swine.
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BREEDS OF SWINE By Clint Cummings BREEDS OF SWINE NINE MOST POPULAR BREEDS IN THE U.S. Berkshire Chester Duroc Hampshire Landrace Pietrain Poland China.
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Swine Industry After completing this unit of instruction, students will be able to: A. Define terms relating to swine production; B. List common swine.
NINE MOST POPULAR BREEDS IN THE U.S. Berkshire Chester Duroc Hampshire Landrace Pietrain Poland China Spot Yorkshire.
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