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Livestock Production

Ms. Slough

Phone: (817)-444-5555 ext 5099

Tutorial Times: Monday 7:30-7:55  & Wednesday 3:20-3:45

Conference: 3rd  period

Remind 101: Text @99f8a6 to 81010

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Course Description:
Livestock Production explains animal anatomy and physiology related to nutrition, reproduction, health, and management of domesticated animals; identifies nutritional requirements of ruminant and non-ruminant animals; and discusses animal genetics, reproduction, animal pests and diseases, and traditional and current issues in animal science and livestock production.


Curriculum Content:

  • Livestock Commodities
  • Anatomy and Physiology of Livestock Species
  • Molecular Genetics and Heredity of Livestock
  • Livestock Reproduction and Breeding
  • Livestock Nutrition
  • Livestock Diseases and Parasites
  • Livestock Market
  • Employability Characteristics




  • Pen                                                                 
  • Paper
  • Composition Note Book
  • I-Pad


I-pad Usage Procedures

  1. Follow all AISD Technology Rules and Regulations
  2. Be respectful of your opportunity to use technology
  3. Use the tool for the task and only the task







Class Procedures :

  1. Arrive on time
  2. Pick up folder
  3. Daily Warm-Up
  4. Pick Up Interactive Notebook
  5. Follow Social Contract and AHS Handbook
  6. Make sure to bring paper, pen and I-Pad to class every day


Grading Procedures:
You will be given a minimum of 9 Grades during a six week period. (SAE HOURS- will count for 15% of quiz grade at 3 weeks and will count for marking period test at 6 weeks which will be a total 35% of the six weeks grade.) For more details on the Record Book look at the Supervised Agriculture Experience Record Book Rubric

 Grades are determined using the following formula:

Daily Grades: 20%   


  • Homework
  • Classroom & Lab Assignments


Quiz Grades: 30%


  • Both announced and unannounced quiz grades
  • 3 Weeks AET Online Recordbook-


Test Grades 30%


  • Unit Tests
  • Interactive Notebooks
  • Projects/Presentations          Some assignments will require written reports, projects, or class presentations.  These assignments that require an extended amount of time, effort, and creativity will be graded and scored as a major grade.


Marking Period Test 20%


  • Each 6 Weeks you will be required to turn in an up-to-date AET Record Books online for the 6 Weeks Test.


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