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Tie Stall Tied up Piped line milked
Stanchion barn Like the tie stall More room to roam (no neck chains)
Bedding Pack Or Pack Barn full of bedding( straw and hay) can contain more than one animal used for all live stock
Free Stall Barn Cows roam Not tied consists of bunks and feeding area
Pasture animals roam outside grassy terrain water source (usually blocked off to meet EPA regulations)
Coverall Barn Like a free stall Plastic covering All in closed
Grasshopper lives in the grass makes a rib-bit like sound antennas
Lady Bug Red with black spots Half a circle shaped bug Two wings
Praying Mantis two claws green in color blends in with the grass
June Bug Can be green or brown 6 legs they fly
Dung Beetle Name comes from living in manure black in color lives in dry areas
Aphid Plant pest small all different colors
Corn Borer burros in corn and the stalk kills the corn different colors
Stalk Borer kills all types of plants (see killed grass below) worm like colors vary
Armyworm pest of grasses and legumes various types
Flea found on dogs and cats very small pests
Ear Mite found in ears also like fleas live in all types of pets
Weevil found in dry foods pest to plants 6mm long
Mealworm found in oats small worm like structure yellow in color
Locust found in the US look similar to the cricket small in size
Japanese Beetle multiply colors fly very fast
Dry Matter Tester calculates dry matter made for farm animals
Colostrometer test the colostrum measures used on dairy farms can be bottle fed
Oxytocin used on any farms med given to help a animal let down milk
Cow Aspirin 1 to 1 ½ inch pill forced down throats with a balling gun
Agronomy CDE Insect Identification. Choose the correct answer A. Flea Beetle B. Spider mite C. Aphid D. Lygus Click to see correct answer.
Gitulyar M.V. I live in the woods. I'm very big and furry. I have a big nose, a little tail and four legs. I like to eat fish and berries. I am a...
To answer the question, click on the photograph you think is the correct answer. A correct answer will give APPLAUSE. An incorrect answer will give another.
Agronomy CDE Insect Identification – No Names.
Ladybugs By: Macie Nguyen. What do ladybugs look like? The common ladybug we see has – a red or orange body with black spots hard shell that covers it’s.
WHO KNOWS ANIMALS BEST? своя ИГРА Wild animals Farm animals Birds Pets
Agronomy CDE Insect Identification. Click here for the answer.
Insects. Alfalfa Weevil Aphides Armyworm Larva.
Insect ID By: Weston Cline. Alfalfa Weevil Aphides.
22 ANIMAL RIDDLES (WHAT AM I?) M I ? A. RIDDLE WHAT AM I ? EXAMPLE 1 I am a bird I have two wings. I can swim. I can’t fly. What am I? I am a………………….
Alfalfa Weevil Economic Impact Vegetative Destruction Life Cycle Complete Metamorphosis Mouth Parts Chewing Order Coleoptera.
1 Apple Entomology Insect ID. 2 Shot Hole Borer Little holes in the branches. Causes branches to die off.
Bugs of the Bay. What is a bug? Bugs come in many shapes and sizes Bugs have some similarities and differences There are three main categories of bugs:
Insect ID Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Community Green Bugs & Insects Charles Vasser
INSECT IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL Original Power Point Created by Joey Wells Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office June 2002.
Created by Mrs. Stehli’s Class Next Page What am I? Clue #1 I lick you. Clue #2 I love you. Clue #3 I bark. Clue #4 I chase cats. Click here to find.
Save Crowe’s nest Farm. Our plan is… Too have a water tower close to Crowes nest farm and run pipes to several lakes and if they run low on water they.
Phylum Arthropoda-Class Insecta Monarch Butterfly Praying Mantis Fire Ant House Fly Lady Bug Dung Beetle.
Created by Mrs. Thoryk’s Class Next Page What am I?.I am black and white.. I say moo. I have 4 legs. I have horns. Click here to find the answer.
Insect bad guys! You’ll never look at a bug the same.
Unit 3: Feedstuffs Used in Livestock Diets. Unit 3 Objectives: Understanding of the general nutritional properties of feed groups Identification of various.
Haiku is a Japanese form of poetry. The first and last line have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables. We published them on the computer and.
The cow ears The cow is a big and heavy farm animal. She has two small ears and two eyes She has long and thin tail She has four legs and her body is covered.
Alfalfa Weevil Economic Impact Vegetative Destruction (052) Life Cycle Complete Metamorphosis (1) Mouth Parts Chewing (070)
How to Live with Garden Friends & Foes. Bio Diversity at Chelsea.
Created by Mrs. Veneziale’s Class Next Page What am I? Clue #1 I quack. Clue #2 I go in the pond. Clue #3 I have big feet. Clue #4 I have a beak. Click.
Note-Taking Skills Step 1: Finding important information using colors.
Milk Basics. Objectives Learn the Basics of Milk Production.
paw straw draw yawn fork horse corn short Look at the dog. It’s drinking with a straw. It’s holding a straw, With its two front paws. Look at the.
wasps 3 Butterflies 4 Ladybirds 5 flies 6 gold beetles 7.
Загадки о животных (Animals). My name is Jack. I'm very big. My name is Jack. I'm very big. I am white. I have four legs. I am white. I have four legs.
My Animal Report by Samantha. Ladybug Table of Contents Introduction …………………………………p.3 What Do Ladybugs Look Like?………p.4 What Do Ladybugs Eat? p.5.
What Am I By Haylei Ann Denton. How long do I live? I live to be 1 year old, but in a jar I only live 3 weeks.
Photo by Joel Trick. Insects in the world Most successful animals Make up 2 out of three living things With other arthropods make up over 75% of all.
Got Milk? Original Power Point Created by Casey Osksa Modified by Georgia Agricultural Educational Curriculum Office June 2002.
Ten Must For a Forage Program Know Animal Nutritional Needs and Forage Options Stage of Pregnancy Stage of Lactation Body Weight of Livestock Animal Age.
INSECTS Corinne Savignano Grade: Kindergarten, 1 st and 2 nd Environmental Science Click here to continue!
Beef Cattle Calves Creep Replacement Heifers Bulls.
GUESS THE THING IS IT A PLANT OR AN ANIMAL. GUESS WHAT O Used at Christmas O Hold lights O Put presents under this.
Insects in the world Most successful animals Make up 2 out of three living things With other arthropods make up over 75% of all animals Have been around.
Rabbit What they look like: Rabbits have brownish-gray fur and long, upright ears. In the wild, they can be between 8 and 20 inches long. They move by.
May fly Coleptera Holo Chewing Pest. Mealybug Hepmiptera Hemi Pierce-Suckin Pest.
By:Brooklyn Louder Wild hores Mammal Reptile BirdFish Insect Amphibian.
Ant Parth Mody Bridget Burke What does the ant look like? Six legs Black, brown, yellow, red 2 antenna Carry big leaves.
Praying Mantis The Hunter or The Hunted? -Mrs. Greiner November 10, 2008.
Dairy Farming in Nova Scotia. Terms to Know Quota: A proportional share in a given market. Quota is required by most markets to regulate goods produced.
Livestock Feeding Practices By: Mariah Gumfory, Arlene Barrett, Haley Vrazel, & Dennis Bratton.
Leafhopper Hemiptera – Simple - Suck All Insects ID.
Corn and Soybean Bugs …or things that eat your dinner before you get to.
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