Animal Management and Production I (VLAC 211.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
VLAC 211 01 September 2016 Joseph Stookey (primary instructor)

Description

Provides a basic foundation of knowledge in the welfare, behaviour, management and nutrition of the common animal species including companion animals, emphasizing the role of the veterinarian. Concepts of animal welfare, herd management, health and production interactions, and the common management practices of various animal industries will be emphasized. Laboratory exercises will emphasize hands-on experience in animal handling and restraint. Laboratories will also involve feed evaluation, ration formulations and nutritional case studies in livestock and companion animals.

Formerly

VLAC 210.5

Restriction(s)

Admitted to Year 1 of the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program.

Note

Students with credit for VLAC 200 and VLAC 210 will not receive credit for this course..

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