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ASCI097 Week 1: Notes

by: Hannah Malcomson

ASCI097 Week 1: Notes ASCI097

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These notes are from the first week of classes, which only had one real lecture in terms of actual content. Next week's notes will be more extensive.
Intro to the Horse
Dr. Jennifer Wilkinson
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Horse, horse industry, horse history, agriculture




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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hannah Malcomson on Saturday September 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ASCI097 at University of Vermont taught by Dr. Jennifer Wilkinson in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 9 views. For similar materials see Intro to the Horse in Animal Science at University of Vermont.


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Date Created: 09/03/16
ASCI097: Intro to the Horse. Week 1 Hannah Malcomson Domestication- happened 5-6 thousands years ago, started in the Near East, travelled to Europe, Asia, North Africa. Used for farming and transportation. 80-90% of the horses at the time were used in farm work, then were used in riding, war, etc. Uses: Food  Transportation  Work  War  Recreation Peak Population:  1915- 21 million horses in the US.  1920’s- decline began o Tractors, automobiles, and machinery began to replaced the jobs the horses had previously occupied in farming, transportation and the military.  There are currently just over 9 million horses in the U.S. Economic Impact  $101.5 billion/ year Vermont:  ~35,000 horses  $200 million/ year  Most popular breeds in VT: o Morgan o Belgian o Halflinger Horse Jobs:  1.4 million jobs o Trainers o Grooms o Vets o Farriers o Barn managers  Horse- related o Lawyers o Tax consultants o Equine research o Professors (academics) o Insurance agents o Marketing Industry Growth:  Breed associations  4-H  Pony Club  Equine School Programs  Certificate Programs


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