Resources & Restraint
Resources & Restraint ANISCI 103
Popular in Intro to Animal Management
Popular in Animal Science and Zoology
This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Allison Jasa on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ANISCI 103 at University of Massachusetts taught by Dr. Beltaire in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 32 views. For similar materials see Intro to Animal Management in Animal Science and Zoology at University of Massachusetts.
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Date Created: 10/12/15
Resources amp Restraint 0 Planning a Management Plan Feeding Housing Wast Management Records Repro population management 0 000000000 0 BCS Training ExpensesBudget Enrichment Health Management VX Emergency Plan Footcare dental Parasite Control Stage of Production RestraintsHandling Resources 0 Resources Lab Types of Publications 0 Three Broad Categories Popular or Lay Trade Scholarly or Peer Reviewed 0 Popular or Lay Publications Written by journalists staff writers freelance writers sometimes no author listed Written for general audience Format no formal selections Sources cited may be mentioned Peer Reviewed no Ex TIME magazine People Magazine 0 Trade Publications Written by specialists in the field usually has only one author Written for people who work in the field to offer practical information news Format unlikely to have formal sections images are usually intended to illustrate concepts rather than decorate the page Sources cited may be mentioned not cited formally Peer Reviewed no Ex Sports Illustrated DogsCats magazines 0 Scholarly Publications Written by authorities experts or scholars in the field often article has several authors I Written for other authorities or scholars in the field authors expect readers to understand specialized language formal tone I Format formal labeled sections Abstract Intro Materials and Methods Results Discussion Conclusions and Bibliography images would be graphs charts or tables I Sources cited in a formal style in endnotes footnotes or bibliographies I Peer Reviewed yes I Usually the first author is the one who did all the work and the last author is the person who owns the lab that they did the research in 0 Restraint O 0 Limiting or controlling an animal s movement Why it s good I Safety for the animal I Safety for the handlervetfarmer I To get something done to do something I Minimize stress 0 Types of Restraints Dogs 0 0000000000 0 Leash Muzzles Harness Grooming collar Full body restraints Crates Cone Different kinds of collars electric bark Chemical Fencing Verbal or Psychological training Rabies pole 0 Types of Restraints Cats 0 O O O O O Toweling Muzzle Scruffing Cone Carriers Tranquilizer 0 Types of Restraints Cattle O O O O O O Squeeze Chute Halter Headlock Manual Hobble round loops that go around their fetlock to prevent from kicking more for medical Show stick 00000 O Fencing Bull ring Chains or collar in tie stalls Footing on the ground psychological Tail jack pull it up and push it straight back to the abdomen Casting making an animal lay down Types of Restraints Small Ruminants Goats and Sheep 0 00000000 0 Halter Hand under the chin and behind the ears Rolling them on their rum Pull on their horns adult goats Show stands Tilt stable Grab their back legs Headlocks Squeeze Chutes Physical barriers Types of Restraints Horses 0 000 0000000 0 LipHorse Twitch Halter Lead rope Blinders Chain Shanks over the upper gum for stallions usually over the nose band of halter Stalls Bit Stalks Cross Ties grooming farriers Trailers Hobble breeding so she can t kick back Neck TWitch take a piece of skin and tWist it to distract them for long enough for VX39s Ear TWitch for foals that are bouncy tWist the ear for a blood draW Types of Restraints Pigs O O O O 0 Head Stare Hold them upside piglets Craddle V Troughs Pig boards
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