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Interactive Pp

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  • 1. All Kinds of Animals
  • 2. Barnyard Animals
    • Fowl
    • Large Animals
    • Dogs and Cats
    • Small Animals
  • 3. Fowl
    • What does “Fowl” mean?
    • Chickens
    • Ducks
    • Turkeys
    • Special Birds- Peacocks, Quail, Pheasants
    • Chickens are used for eggs and meat.
    • Other birds are used for meat, they eat mainly mashed grains.
  • 4. Large Animals
    • Horses
    • Cows
    • Large animals require a lot of room and food. A main part of their diet consists of hay.
    • Horses are now used mainly for recreation. Before cars, they were used for transportation and in the place of tractors.
    • Cows are used for milk and steers for meat.
  • 5. Dogs and Cats
    • Cow Dogs
    • Sheep Dogs
    • Barn cats
    • Dogs serve an important role on the ranch. They protect animals and herd them.
    • Barn cats keep mice and rats at bay.
  • 6. Small Animals
    • Rabbits
    • Goats
  • 7. Feeding Time
    • Hay
    • Grain
    • Watering
  • 8. Farm Chores
    • Cleaning Up
    • Feeding Animals
    • Milking
    • Baling Hay
    • Making Silage
  • 9. Milking Cows
    • Where does the milk go?
    • What happens to the milk?
    • How often do you milk cows?
  • 10. Riding Horses
    • Saddling Up
    • English
    • Western
    • Playing Games
    • Taking care of Horses
  • 11. Goats and Rabbits
    • Milking Goats
    • Showing Goats
    • Having Fun!
  • 12. Fowl Pictures
  • 13. Horses
  • 14. Cows
    • Bull-Male
    • Steer- Un-breed Male
    • Heifer- Un-breed Female
    • Cow- Female who has had a calf
    • Calf- Baby cow
  • 15. Cats and Dogs
    • Common Breeds: Australian Shepherd, Blue Heeler, Border Collie, Irish Sheep Dog
    • Barn cats are often wild and mixed breeds.
  • 16. Milking Cows
    • The milk we drink has been “pasteurized.”
    • Cows are milked at the farm and stored in a tank.
    • Trucks come and take that milk to plants to be bottled or used for cheese and ice cream.
  • 17. Fair Time!
    • Children in 4-H and FFA take their animals to fairs to compete and be judged.
    • Events range from Dairy Cows to Dog Agility classes.
  • 18. Goat Milk???
    • People who are allergic to cow’s milk often can drink goat’s milk.
    • Goat cheese is a popular food.
  • 19. Baling Hay
    • Hay is comprised of grasses and legumes, such as alfalfa.
    • It is cut when full height, normally three times a summer.
    • Once it is dry, it is raked up and baled.
  • 20. Bunnies!

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