Animal Sciences Technology
Supervised practical experience in small ruminant production and management at the Grace Drake Learning Laboratory with emphasis on developing and improving small ruminant production and management skills and competency. A grade of C or better required to meet graduation requirements. Repeatable to a maximum of 4 cr hrs.
Provides an overview of the unique requirements of the Animal Health specialization, promotes student success in college, and explores personal and career interests, needs, goals, in the field of Animal Health.
Study of equine behavior, applied safe horse handling techniques, and an introduction into basic training and handling methodologies. Prereq or concur: 2201T. Not open to students with credit for 2801T or 2811T.
A study of dairy farm business management combining business, financial, and animal management principles, practices, and strategies; emphasis placed on developing a business plan and problem solving. Prereq: AEDEcon 2001 or BusTec 1151T; Soph standing; minimum of 10 cr hrs in AnmlTec. This course is available for EM credit.
A study of economic and management principles involved in planning, organizing, operating, and administering a farm business; emphasis placed on developing a business plan and problem solving. Prereq: AEDEcon 2105 (BusTec 101T or 102T). Prereq or concur: BusTec 1151T (151T) or AEDEcon 2001 (200). Not open to students with credit for BusTec 240T. This course is available for EM credit. Cross-listed in CrpSoil.
Design and management of dairy cattle facilities, environment, and associated equipment; emphasizing milking equipment and parlors, animal housing, environmental control, waste management, feeding systems, and utilities. 1 to 3 day field trips, including weekends, may be required. Students pay costs associated with field trips (lodging, transportation, meals, etc.) above Ohio State tuition & fees. Prereq: GenMath 1040T or Math 1050 or Math placement level R or higher. Prereq or concur: 3167T. This course is available for EM credit.
The application of science and basic principles of nutrition, genetics, physiology, and marketing to the production and management of sheep, goats, and other small ruminants. One to 3 day field trips, including weekends, may be required. Students will pay costs associated with field trips (lodging, transportation, meals, etc.) above Ohio State tuition and fees. Recommended prerequisites: 2582.04T, 3130T, 3132T, 3140T, 3150T, 3170T. Prereq: 2202T and 2510.04T.