Resources by John Thompson
|4-H Animal Science Financial Record Keeping Lessons||
This is the first in a series of six lessons that focus on 4-H livestock financial record keeping. It discusses the importance of matching your livestock project animal with your farm’s facilities. This activity will help members learn to set and achieve goals in their animal projects. The discussion about the factors to consider and the questions to ask themselves will help members answer the questions in the project planning section of the record book.
|Aug 29, 2016||4H-540P|
|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||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-101P|
|Good Production Practices: Required Living Space for Sheep||May 6, 2016||APSC-103P|
|Good Production Practices: Understanding the Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-104P|
|Good Production Practices: Using the Flight Zone to Handle Livestock||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-105P|
|Good Production Practices: When to Call the Veterinarian||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-106P|
|Good Production Practices: Where Did That Medication Come From? PDF||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-107P|
|Good Production Practices: You Want Me to Eat From That?||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-108P|
|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|