Explores infectious and non-infectious disease processes of livestock. Emphasis will be placed on bovine diseases, however certain diseases of sheep, goats, camelids, cervids, and swine may also be covered. Disease etiology, symptoms, transmission, diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and control will be covered. Population dynamics and the financial impact on herds will be evaluated. Proper reporting requirements of federally regulated diseases will be discussed. Zoonotic diseases that are of concern for people working with livestock species will be accentuated.
Prerequisite: 10-091-122 FOUNDATIONAL ANIMAL BIOLOGY. Condition: Must be accepted into the Dairy Science Associate Degree, or Veterinary Science Associate Degree, or with Dean approval.
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