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Course Number

10091107

Credits

3.00

Description

Analyzes the nutritional needs of dairy cattle during each stage of their life. Topics covered in this course include: roles of digestive nutrients, nutritional requirements at various growth stages, relationship between forage quality and nutrition, ration balancing through calculation of feed and dry matter intake. Learners explore various methods of feeding dairy animals, including grazing system principles. Learners evaluate the use of dairy nutrition feed technologies.

Prerequisite: 10-091-101 ORIENTATION TO AGRICULTURE STUDIES. Condition: Accepted into the Dairy Science, Agri-Business or Veterinary Science Associate Degree program, or with Dean approval.

Class Details

Days & Times Room Instructor Meeting Dates
- ONLINE INSTRUCTION Stephen Krueger -
Tuesday 1:00PM - 3:50PM AG CTR Classroom AG207 Stephen Krueger -

Fees

$458.10

Last date to enroll

Class Status

Open

Capacity

12

Available Seats

1
This class is only open to students enrolled in a program, or those with special approval. To register for this class, please first enroll in a program or request Dean approval.