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  • Dairy Feeding Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #31091312

    This course prepares the learner to explain the functions of each organ in the digestive system of a ruminant; explain the development of the digestive system in a calf; compare ruminant and non-ruminant digestion; explain the functions of each class of nutrients; analyze forage analysis reports; compare plant, animal, and non-protein nitrogen sources of protein; identify deficiency symptoms of minerals and vitamins; demonstrate the use of particle separators and dry-matter tests; and utilize NRC standards for various cow groups.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Dairy Lab 1 Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #31091318

    This course prepares the learner to analyze cow housing facilities, analyze parlor designs, analyze young stock facilities, explain feed plant operations, assess bunker management techniques, compare grazing systems, analyze cheese plant operations, analyze biosecurity procedures, explain the E.T. process, analyze alternative dairy industry components, and observe on-farm postmortems.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Dairy Cattle Genetics and Reproduction Undergraduate | 4 Credits

    CATALOG #31091335

    This course prepares the learner to analyze the economic aspect of dairy cow reproduction, explain the reproductive system of a bull, breed cows using artificial insemination, make effective mating decisions, select mating programs for milk production, assess reproductive diseases, treat reproductive diseases, utilize computer technology to document herd health, analyze the effects of hormones on reproduction, and analyze reproductive technologies.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Engines 1 for Ag Mechanics Undergraduate | 5 Credits

    CATALOG #32070326

    This class will provide the learner with an in depth look at how internal combustion engines operate. The learner will be able to identify, measure, and inspect parts of the internal combustion engine, with diesel engines used in agriculture machinery the main area of focus.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Engines 2 for Ag Mechanics Undergraduate | 5 Credits

    CATALOG #32070361

    This course provides the student with both a theoretical and practical background in the basic operating and rebuilding principles of diesel engines. The course includes practical experience in rebuilding, testing, troubleshooting, and tuning diesel engines. Additionally, the student will gain experience in the proper use of tools and equipment. If prerequisite courses have not been completed, the student must have consent of the instructor to enroll. COREQUISITES: 32070326 Engines 1 for Ag Mechanics and 32070338 Diesel Engine Theory.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Mobile Hydraulics 2 Undergraduate | 5 Credits

    CATALOG #32070366

    This course provides an in-depth study on how the basic fluid power components are incorporated into a tractor hydraulic system. This lecture- and lab-based course includes demonstration and practice opportunities. If prerequisite courses have not been completed, student must have consent of instructor to enroll. PREREQUISITE: 12-Volt Electrical 2 and COREQUISITES: 32070359 Mobile Hydraulics 1 and 32070339 Mobile Hydraulics Theory.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Milk Production Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #31091324

    This course prepares the learner to explain the structure and function of the anatomy and physiology of the mammary system, analyze factors affecting the yield and composition of milk, explain the principles and practices of machine milking systems, develop an effective mastitis control program, and develop an effective dry-cow treatment program.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Dairy Cattle Management Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #31091348

    This learning plan prepares the learner to diagnose common and infectious bovine diseases and their causes, follow fresh cow/metabolic control program, practice biosecurity, develop protocols for a farm, develop calf and heifer management programs, practice proper veterinary drug use, develop a dairy herd health record-keeping system, and plan a vaccination program.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Dairy Management Internship 1 Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #31091360

    This course enhances the learner's ability to keep farm records, analyze reproduction programs, maintain milk quality, apply farm safety procedures, and analyze farm finances.

    Rice Lake

    Fall 2019

  • Mobile Hydraulics 1 Undergraduate | 5 Credits

    CATALOG #32070359

    This course will provide a broad, general, and practical coverage of fluid power components and their design, application, operation, and maintenance. You will learn hydraulics operation by studying manufacturers' service manuals as well as a prepared text. Lab projects will allow hands-on training. PREREQUISITE: 32070367 12-Volt Electrical 2 and COREQUISITE: 32070339 Mobile Hydraulics Theory.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Diesel Engine Theory Undergraduate | 1 Credit

    CATALOG #32070338

    This course will provide the learner with a basic understanding of the diesel engine. The design and operating principles of the engine, cooling, fuel, intake, exhaust systems, and lubrication systems will be examined. COREQUISITE: 32070326 Engines 1.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Mobile Hydraulics Theory Undergraduate | 1 Credit

    CATALOG #32070339

    This course will provide a practical understanding of mobile hydraulic components. Their design, application, operation and maintenance will be studied. A hydraulic training bench will be used in the classroom. PREREQUISITE: 32070367 12-Volt Electrical 2.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Ag Safety Day Continuing Education

    CATALOG #47090403

    A seminar designed to promote safe healthy farming practices.

    New Richmond

    Spring 2019

  • Animal Care and Management Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10091100

    In this course, students explore basic nutrition, housing needs, and behavior of common domestic animals to develop skills that enable them to assess animal condition. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to obtain a thorough history, perform a physical exam, administer medications, collect samples, and use proper restraint techniques. PREREQUISITE: Admission to Veterinary Technician or Veterinary Assistant plan and COREQUISITE: 10806105 Principles of Animal Biology.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Veterinary Business Practices Undergraduate | 3 Credits

    CATALOG #10091101

    In this course, students develop practical workplace techniques for veterinary office procedures to develop customer service and veterinary team support skills. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to use veterinary software to manage records and financial applications, maximize client interactions, and participate in day-to-day operations of a veterinary facility. PREREQUISITE: Admission to Veterinary Technician or Veterinary Assistant plan and COREQUISITE: 10091100 Animal Care and Management.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

  • Veterinary Medical Terminology Undergraduate | 2 Credits

    CATALOG #10091102

    In this course, students explore the construction, meaning, and pronunciation of veterinary medical terms to establish understanding and facilitate communication among veterinary team members. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to correctly formulate veterinary medical terms to describe specific concepts. PREREQUISITE: Admission to Veterinary Technician or Veterinary Assistant plan.

    New Richmond

    Fall 2019

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