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Title: Introduction to Animal Science I (continued)


1
Introduction to Animal Science I (continued)
2
External Parts
  • Objective Recognize the major parts of cattle,
    swine and poultry

3
Cattle Parts
4
Cattle Parts
5
Cattle Parts
6
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

7
Swine Parts
8
Swine Parts
  • In your notebook draw a diagram of a swine
    labeling 15 different parts including the 9 red
    stars in the class diagram

9
Poultry Parts
10
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
11
External Parts
  • Anatomy
  • The science of body structure
  • Modified skin
  • horns
  • hooves
  • feathers
  • fur
  • wool
  • hair

12
Selective Breeding
  • Only the best animals are chosen as breeding
    stock
  • Confirmation
  • Breed character
  • Structural soundness of feet and legs
  • Body capacity

13
Structural Soundness
14
Structural Soundness
15
Structural Soundness
16
Structural Soundness
17
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!

18
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

19
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.

20
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.

21
By-Products
  • 6. Animal feeds from scrap meat and bones and
    blood meal
  • 7. Insulin
  • for diabetics
  • from livestock pancreas

22
By-Products
  • 8. Heparin
  • for blood clotting
  • from livestock lungs
  • 9. Candles
  • 10. Fertilizer

23
Trends in Animal Science
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25
Swine
26
Trends in NC Swine
  • The top agriculture commodity in North Carolina
  • found mostly in the eastern 1/2 of the state
  • North Carolina ranks 2nd nationally
  • Iowa is 1st

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Trends in NC Swine
  • The swine industry brings in over 1.5 billion
    dollars to the state
  • The number of swine farms is decreasing
  • The size of farms is increasing

29
Poultry
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Trends in NC Poultry
  • Broilers are Cleveland Countys top agriculture
    commodity
  • Broilers are NCs second rank commodity
  • Broilers bring in over 1.3 billion dollars in
    cash receipts to NC agriculture

33
Trends in NC Poultry
  • Recent health concerns has increased the
    consumption of poultry products
  • less fat
  • subcutaneous fat layer

34
Animal Agriculture
  • North Carolina livestock commodities brings in
    twice as much money as other agriculture products

35
Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Cash
Receipts from Farm Marketing, 2001
36
Cleveland County Livestock Rank Within State,
(2002 estimates)
  • Hogs- 61st (1,500) (4,100 in 2004)
  • Cattle- 7th (23,500)
  • Beef Cattle 6th
  • Milk Cattle 23rd (800)
  • Broilers- 23rd (7,200,000)
  • All chickens- 30th

37
Statistics
  • Charts and statistics provided by
  • NCDA
  • http//www.ncagr.com/stats/index.htm
  • USDA
  • http//www.usda.gov/nass/
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