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Title: Livestock and poultry production


1
Livestock and poultry production
2
Terms
3
Terms
4
External Parts
5
Cattle Parts
6
Cattle Parts
7
Cattle Parts
8
Cattle Parts
  • In your notebook draw a diagram of a beef cow
    labeling 20 different parts including the 11 red
    stars in the class diagram

9
Swine Parts
10
Swine Parts
  • In your notebook draw a diagram of a swine
    labeling 15 different parts including the 9 red
    stars in the class diagram

11
Poultry Parts
12
Poultry Parts
Diagram a chicken in your notes labeling these
parts (use the diagram in your textbook for help)
  • comb
  • wattles
  • beak
  • eye ring
  • ear lobe
  • vent
  • hock

toes breast back abdomen body shank
13
External Parts
  • Anatomy
  • The science of body structure
  • Modified skin
  • horns
  • hooves
  • feathers
  • fur
  • wool
  • hair

14
Selective Breeding
  • Only the best animals are chosen as breeding
    stock
  • Confirmation
  • Breed character
  • Structural soundness of feet and legs
  • Body capacity

15
Structural Soundness
16
Structural Soundness
17
Structural Soundness
18
Structural Soundness
19
Livestock Products
  • Work in groups of three and write down as many
    animals products and by-products as you can.
  • You have 10 min. to complete this task!

20
Livestock Products
  • 1. Food
  • meat, milk, cheese, eggs
  • 2. Clothing
  • wool, leather from hides
  • 3. Shelter
  • tents from hides
  • 4. Power
  • work in less developed countries

21
Livestock Products
  • 5. Recreation
  • horse back riding, rodeos
  • 6. Fuel
  • burn dry animal manure
  • 7. Animals are converters
  • eat stuff humans will not eat and convert these
    materials into food
  • meat, eggs, milk, etc.

22
By-Products
  • 1. Wool
  • 2. Leather
  • 3. Candy and chewing gum from animal fat
  • 4. Gelatin - from horns, hooves, bones, and hides
  • 5. Glue, cosmetics, waxes, soap, lubricants,
    bushes, etc.

23
By-Products
  • 6. Animal feeds from scrap meat and bones and
    blood meal
  • 7. Insulin
  • for diabetics
  • from livestock pancreas

24
By-Products
  • 8. Heparin
  • for blood clotting
  • from livestock lungs
  • 9. Candles
  • 10. Fertilizer
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