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3 Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Calving Calf Bull Heifer
4/29/20154 Mature Male: Mature Female: Castrated Male: Bull Cow Steer
6 Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Lambing Lamb Ram Ewe
4/29/20157 Mature Male: Mature Female: Castrated Male: Ram Ewe Wether
9 Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Farrowing Piglet Boar Gilt
4/29/ Mature Male: Mature Female: Castrated Male: Boar Sow Barrow
4/29/ Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Foaling Foal Colt Filly
4/29/ Mature Male: Mature Female: Castrated Male: Stallion Mare Gelding
4/29/ Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Laying Chick Cockerel Pullet
4/29/ Mature Male: Mature Female: Castrated Male: Rooster Hen Capon
4/29/ Animals that, through selection and breeding, have come to resemble one another and pass on their traits uniformly to their offspring.
4/29/ Beef Breeds What’s the difference between British breeds and continental breeds?
4/29/ Origin: Aberdeen, Scotland Characteristics: Black, some have white bellies, polled* Smooth hair coat Medium frame size Heavy muscled –* Polled: born without horns (genetic trait)
4/29/ Origin: Herefordshire, England Characteristics: Light yellow to cherry red with white belly; thick, curly hair coat Medium frame size Medium muscled
4/29/ Origin: Northern England Characteristics: Color varies, mostly roan (red and white color) Medium to large frame size Medium muscle
4/29/ Origin: South Central France Characteristics: Most commonly red; can be black with lighter eyes and belly Medium to large frame size, long body Heavy muscle
4/29/ Origin: Northwest France Characteristics: Deep red with white markings; most commonly solid black in color Large frame size Heavily muscled
4/29/ Swine Breeds
4/29/ Duroc Origin-New York/New Jersey Ears- Droopy Color- Cherry Red Misc.-Large frame, fast gainers, good mothers, popular breed
4/29/ Hampshire Origin- Kentucky Ears-Erect Color-Black with a white belt Misc.-The “meat breed,” excellent carcass
4/29/ Chester White Origin- Pennsylvania Ears-Droopy Color-White with blue freckles Misc.-good mothers, large frame
4/29/ Yorkshire Origin- England Ears-Erect Color- White Misc.-the mother breed, largest litters
4/29/ Landrace Origin- Denmark Ears-Droopy Color-White Misc.- extremely long body
4/29/ Sheep Breeds
4/29/ Columbia Developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Developed to thrive on Western ranges Produce medium wool and large amounts of meat
4/29/ Hampshire Originated in Hampshire, England Black face and legs Mild demeanor Unbroken wool cap should extend from the neck over the forehead
4/29/ Rambouillet Originated in Spain Shipped to France in 1801 White in color
4/29/ Southdown Developed in England Well suited to farm flock production Gray face with white body Adapted to wet conditions
4/29/ Suffolk Originated in England Most popular breed in the United States today Produce large amounts of meat White with black faces and legs
Breeds of Dairy Cattle 6 major U.S. breeds July 2002
Aryshire Originated in Scotland Originally known as the Dunlop Color: red and white Good feet and legs, Excels in udder conformation Medium-sized frame
Brown Swiss Originated in Switzerland Because of foot and mouth disease, only 3 have been imported since 1906 Good temperament and strong feet and legs Color: gray or light brown to dark brown
Guernsey Originated from the Isle of Guernsey Known for high quality (high fat and protein content) milk while consuming less feed Intermediate frame
Holstein Originated in Europe Large frame Color: black and white or red and white Known for outstanding milk production
Jersey Originated from the Isle of Jersey (small British isle) Color: very light gray to dark brown or almost black Known for high milk fat Wide-range of body weight; typically smaller-framed
Milking Shorthorn Originated in England Color: red, white, red and white, roan Most versatile of all breeds: good producers, good temperament, good calves, good frame
10/7/ Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Calving Calf Bull Heifer.
5/21/ Giving Birth: Newly Born: Young Male: Young Female: Calving Calf Bull Heifer.
6 MAJOR U.S. BREEDS ORIGINAL BY NICKI SCHAEFER BREEDS OF DAIRY CATTLE AND TERMINOLOGY.
Breeds of Dairy Cattle 6 major U.S. breeds Original by Nicki Schaefer GA Ag Ed Curriculum Office To accompany the Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum.
The Dairy Industry By Mr. Weaver Common Breeds in America.
Enterprise: Animal Science Unit: Livestock Breeds & Terms Factor Information needed I. Intro.A. Identifying breeds of livestock is basic knowledge of.
Swine (Pig) Production. Main Purpose – to produce pork for Human consumption.
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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.
August 2008 Breeds of Dairy Cattle 6 major U.S. breeds Original by Nicki Schaefer GA Ag Ed Curriculum Office To accompany the Georgia Agriculture Education.
Livestock Weeks 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14. Pre- test 1.Name as many Livestock animals as you can? 2.What is the Latin name for Cattle? 3.What is the Latin name.
Animal Terminology. Cattle Bull – uncastrated male beef/dairy animal. Steer – castrated male beef/dairy animal. Heifer – female beef/dairy animal that.
Breeds of Sheep Mr. Smith. Sheep Facts b 5 month gestation b Dual purpose breed Meat, woolMeat, wool b Docking, castration, vaccinating b Wool grading.
Livestock Terminology. Cattle Bull – a male bovine of any age that has not been castrated. Steer – a male bovine animal that was castrated before reaching.
Ag Fact! 4/13 n The most common beef breed in the US is ___________!
Breeds of Dairy Cattle. Holstein Originated- Netherlands Desirable Traits- Straight Top Line, Docile and Quiet, Survives Well on Roughages, Known.
Breeds of Sheep Barbado The Barbado breed originated in Texas. The breed originated from Barbados Blackbelly sheep which were crossed with Rambouillet.
Breeds of Sheep. Barbado The Barbado breed originated in Texas. The breed originated from Barbados Blackbelly sheep which were crossed with Rambouillet.
Unit 13: Analyze the differences between the beef, swine, and poultry as related to their impact on the agricultural economy Evaluate the various breeds.
Animal Terminology. Cattle Cow – mature females that can/have reproduced Steer- castrated male cattle that cannot reproduce Bullock – young male.
Animal Industries Overview. Economic Impact (1999) Greater than $208 billion in farm receipts U.S. : $97 billion industry in livestock Top four states.
ANIMAL TERMS REVIEW JEOPARDY S2C06 Jeopardy Review.
Animal Terminology. Cattle * Cows – mature females that can reproduce * Steers – castrated male cattle that cannot reproduce * Bullocks – young male bulls.
Breeds of Sheep Beginning Ag. Science. Cheviot b Originated in Scotland b Resistant to cold, windy conditions b White, wool free faces b Long wool type.
Animal Terminology. Cattle * Cows – mature females that can reproduce * Steer – castrated male cattle that cannot reproduce * Bullocks – young male bulls.
Breeds of Sheep Methods to Classify Sheep… The most common way to classify sheep in the United States is by the type of wool produced. There are over.
Write several of the terms for this lesson on the chalkboard or overhead before students enter the classroom. Have students write down the meanings.
Breeds of Sheep Northeastern Agricultural Education Original Power Point Created by Joe Caffee Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office.
Terms to Know Scientific name for swine: Porcine Mature male swine: Boar Mature female swine: Sow Young female swine: Gilt Altered male swine: Barrow.
Livestock Terms Bovine (meat, dairy) Scientific name for cattle Porcine (meat) Scientific name for pigs Ovine (meat, wool) Scientific name.
Animal Terminology. Bovine Means What? Cattle * Cows – mature females that can reproduce * Steers – castrated male cattle that cannot reproduce * Bullocks.
Livestock Terminology Basic Animal Industry AFNR-BAS-9: Define major components of the animal industry and outline the development of the resulting products,
Introduction to Animal Science Part I All breed photos:
Breeds of Dairy Cows. Holstein 1500 pounds 24,876 pounds of milk per year 90% of cows in U.S. Originated in Friesland (province of the Netherlands)
Shorthorn Always Red, White,Paint or Roan in color One of the original 3 breeds English Class Known for good milking ability.
Basic Animal Breeds. Objectives To be able to explain basic livestock breeds by their characteristics.
Changed greatly from the lard type hogs of the past to the lean type hogs Types of swine operations: Feeder –pig producers Market –hog producers.
How many of you love to eat cheese, meat, ice cream or drink milk? Did you ever wonder where these products came from?
Cattle - Bovine Mature male - bull Mature female - cow Young animal just born - calf Female which has not given birth - heifer Castrated male - steer Male.
Livestock Nomenclature. Nomenclature A system of names in a science.
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Introduction to Animal Science By Brandy Starnes, East Rowan High School 2010.
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Animal Science I Objective 3.01 Recall animal breed and sex terminology.
Where’s The Beef? An overview of the animal industry Based on 1997 Census of Agriculture.
Animal Terminology. Cattle (Bovine) * Cow – female over 2 years of age * Heifer – female under 2 years of age * Bull – Mature (intact) male * Steer– castrated.
Animal Terminology Intro to Animal Science AAEC – Paradise Valley Introduction to Agriculture.
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