Ruminant Nutrition (VLAC 493.2)

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Description

This course is a continuation of VLAC 211 and VLAC 310: Animal Management and Production 1 and 2. This elective course is designed to provide those students with an interest in food supply veterinary medicine a better understanding of the principles of nutritional management of beef cattle and dairy cattle. Lectures and practicums will focus on applied nutritional principles within these industries including grazing and feeding management.

Restriction(s)

Only open to students in the 3rd year of the D.V.M. program.

Note

This course will be an elective in year 3.

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