NMCN_E_Ky2_17_18_K61KTNE

NMCN_E_Ky2_17_18_K61KTNE

This course is designed for the two undergraduate programs: advanced education program of agro-business management and high quality program of agricultural economics. However, other students

In order to introduce basic concepts and principles, this course is not designed to provide in-depth knowledge of all aspects of animal science. This course comprises 10 chapters; The first six chapters introduce basic concepts and principles of animal science in terms of animal values, genetics, breeding, reproduction, nutrition, behavior, welfare, and health and the rest four chapters provide an overview of the main features in animal agriculture, concerning swine production, poultry production, beef production, and dairy production.
 

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Chapter 9
Ruminant Production
Chapter 0
Syllabus_CNE01007_Introductory Animal Production
Introduction
Chapter 7
Swine Production
Chapter 1
Animal Production And Their Contribution
Chapter 2
Animal Genetics And Breeding
Chapter 8
Poultry Production
Chapter 6
Animal Health
Chapter 5
Animal Behaviour And Welfare
Chapter 4
Animal Nutrition And Feeding
Chapter 3
Animal Reproduction
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    Course objectives: This course is aimed to focus on the followings: - Knowledge: To introduce the student to basic concepts and principles of animal science and their application in animal agriculture; terminology used in animal science as it relates to the industry, management practices, equipment, and animals; animal species and breeds and their relative importance from economic and social perspectives; animal genetics and breeding, reproduction, nutrition and feeding as well as animal welfare and health; current management practices as it relates to raising the common farm animal species, viz. cattle, swine and poultry. - Skills: To train students to know how to work independently and in a team, to develop problem-solving; to analyze, plan, and organize tasks efficiently. - Attitude and responsibility: To form activation, creation, responsibility in the study; to respect the animal producers, consumers, livestock environment, and animals; to form, manifest, and maintain the willingness to continue to foster professional and interdisciplinary knowledge throughout careers.

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