Catalog Number
10091103
Credits
4.00
Description

Students demonstrate how to formulate and balance rations for several species of livestock. Includes knowledge of the nutritional needs of various species and ability to identify different feedstuffs. Students become familiar with the laws and regulations on livestock feeding along with reading, interpreting, and making recommendations from feed test reports/tags. They are also able to successfully understand the digestive systems of mono-gastric and ruminant animals. Prerequisite: Intro to Animal Science 10091102 or consent of an instructor

Requirements
011825

Prerequisite: Intro to Animal Science 10091102 or consent of an instructor

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