May 26, 2018  
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AS 3150 - Behavior and Management of Alternative Agricultural Animals


This course acquaints students with alternative agricultural animals that are raised for meat, fiber, leather and/or companionship. Students study the behaviors and uses of these animals as well as general anatomy and physiology, nutrition, medical care and related routine husbandry practices, with comparisons made to similar domestic animals. Animals to be discussed will include camelids, ratites, cervids, game birds, and bison as well as unusual breeds and types of domestic animals such as sheep, cattle, swine, goats and equids.

3 hours Lecture
3 credits



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