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Phillip Blevins

Title Summary Date ID Author(s)
Good Production Practices: Name That Feed

To demonstrate the importance of properly labeling feeds.

Oct 28, 2015 APSC-98P
Good Production Practices: Proper Storage, Labeling, and Accounting for Medications

 Purpose: To teach youth how to read a medication label so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications for different livestock species.

Dec 7, 2015 APSC-99P
Good Production Practices: Reading a Medication Label

Purpose: To teach youth how to read a medication label and calculate dosages so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications to different livestock species 

Dec 23, 2015 APSC-100P
Good Production Practices: Reading and Understanding a Medication Label

To teach youth how to read a medication label so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications to different livestock species.

Apr 28, 2016 APSC-101P
Good Production Practices: Required Living Space for Sheep

To teach youth how to read a medication label so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications to different livestock species.

May 6, 2016 APSC-103P
Good Production Practices: Understanding the Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship

To teach youth how to read a medication label so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications to different livestock species.

Apr 28, 2016 APSC-104P
Good Production Practices: Using the Flight Zone to Handle Livestock

Purpose: To help children better understand livestock flight zones so they are able to move and handle livestock more efficiently and safely.*

Apr 28, 2016 APSC-105P
Good Production Practices: When to Call the Veterinarian

Purpose: To help children better understand livestock flight zones so they are able to move and handle livestock more efficiently and safely.*

Apr 28, 2016 APSC-106P
Good Production Practices: Where Did That Medication Come From? PDF

Purpose: Teach youth to understand the differences in over-the-counter, prescription, extra-label, and illegal use of animal pharmaceuticals.*

Apr 28, 2016 APSC-107P
Good Production Practices: You Want Me to Eat From That?

Purpose: To teach youth the importance of clean feeding equipment and proper labeling of feeds.*

Apr 28, 2016 APSC-108P
Marketing Cull Cows in Virginia

Cull cows and bulls represent a significant portion of the net income of Virginia beef farmers. According to the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) 2007 Market Cow and Bull Beef Quality Audit, the sale of cull beef and dairy cows and bulls accounts for as much as 20 percent of the income generated on these farms in the United States (NCBA 2007). Management and marketing strategies that enhance the value of these animals are worth considering. Research has also demonstrated that consumers are concerned about the well-being of the animals that produce the meat they consume (Bowling et al. 2008). Producers cannot ignore this trend.

Oct 20, 2009 400-761
Wireworm control experiment in potatoes in Abingdon, VA in 2011 Nov 3, 2011 3110-1596