Course Offering Details
Course Information
Course Name:Animal Science
Entity:Newman Grove High School
Description:This class is a study of animals that have an impact on the agricultural economy of our state and nation.   The class applies scientific method to the production and management of a variety of agricultural species.  Specific items studied include the identification of over thirty breeds of large agricultural animals, feedstuffs and animal nutrition as well as ration-balancing, livestock selection, breeding, genetics and reproduction, animal diseases, parasites and their control, and basic principles in marketing and managing livestock.
Grade Levels:9 - 12

Distant Learning Coordinator Contact Information
DLC Contacts: BJ Peters bpeters@esu13.org 308-635-3696
Molly Aschoff maschoff@esu8.org 402-887-5041
Scott Jones scott.jones@esusixteen.org 308-534-2424
Andrew Easton aeaston@esucc.org 888-888-8888

Section Information
NVIS ID:7004
Instructor:Sweeter, Kylie
Credit Type:High School
Delivery Mode:Synchronous
Class meets:Fall 2019 from 8/19/2019 to 12/20/2019 at 2:09 PM-3:03 PM(Central) - MTWRF
Block Schedule:No
Availability:Open for registration
Computer required:No
Proctor required:No
LMS required:No
Enrolled: Newman Grove High School (5 students)
Lindsay Holy Family School (9 students)