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  • This is the introduction slide. Note that this is a cooperative effort between Extension and Ag Science Teachers.
  • This slide has the two-fold mission of Quality Counts.
  • The next 3 slides discuss the main objectives of Quality Counts.
  • The next two slides talk about the 8 Core Concepts that should be gained from the program. Soft Skills
  • Hard Skills (science related)
  • This slide starts the section on the first concept.
  • This slide gives the total number of livestock projects exhibited in Texas in 2000. 71000 Shown in county shows in Texas in 2000
  • Purdue: 1% of all red meat entering the food chain are show animals
  • Read from slide
  • This slide starts the section about the second core concept.
  • The next two slides talk about the 8 Core Concepts that should be gained from the program. Soft Skills
  • This slide introduces next core concept.
  • After this slide, note that there are many similarities between the two organizations creeds, mottos, and pledges.
  • The next two slides talk about the 8 Core Concepts that should be gained from the program. Soft Skills
  • These are not the only skills. Encourage the participants to think of more skills. Break into pairs and have each team brainstorm The ways these skills are learned.
  • The next two slides talk about the 8 Core Concepts that should be gained from the program. Soft Skills
  • -Ask what Success is. Read Definition -Remind the participants that just because you win, you are not successful
  • -Ask what the participants think is failure -read definition Explain that just because you don’t win, that doesn’t mean that you failed
  • -Read to group -Ask for other characteristics Think of the most successful person you know…..
  • -Read to group -Ask for any other characteristics
  • The next two slides talk about the 8 Core Concepts that should be gained from the program. Soft Skills
  • Hard Skills (science related)
  • Introduce next concept
  • Hard Skills (science related)
  • Introduce next concept
  • Ask what potential hazards can occur
  • Hard Skills (science related)
  • Introduce core concept
  • Use maze craze to discuss communication
  • Hard Skills (science related)
  • Introduce next topic
  • -Close out the training session
  • -Reiterate the 8 Core Concepts
  • Transcript

    • 1. A Kansas Curriculum for Livestock Education Training Slides
    • 2. Curriculum Focus
      • Quality Assurance
      • Character Education
    • 3. Objective 1
      • Enhance Character Education for Kansas
      • 4-H and FFA Youth
    • 4. Objective 2
      • Ensure all 4-H and FFA livestock projects meet all food quality standards
    • 5. Objective 3
      • Promote a Positive Image of Youth Livestock Programs
    • 6. Eight Core Concepts
      • Character Education
      • Six Pillars of Character
      • Purpose of 4-H/FFA
      • Purpose of Livestock Projects
      • Making Decisions/Goal Setting
    • 7. Eight Core Concepts
      • Quality Assurance
      • Impact of Livestock Projects on Red Meat Industry
      • Responsibilities of Producing a Safe Product
      • Medication use/Reading and Following Labels
      • Animal Care and Well-Being
    • 8. Core Concept
      • Impact of Livestock Projects on Red Meat Industry
    • 9.
      • Reveal impact of ?????? market projects
    • 10. How many pounds of carcass are there?
      • Terms & Calculations : (1) Live Weight, (2) Dressing Percent, and (3) Carcass Weight
    • 11. Total Entry Numbers
      • Market Swine: 34,126
      • Meat Goats: 17,651
      • Market Lamb: 11,837
      • Market Steers: 7,582
      • TOTAL: 71,196
    • 12. Grand Total Grand Total: 16,780,325.8 pounds of carcass!!!!!! Link to 2006 Data
    • 13. What does this mean?
      • Livestock projects can IMPACT thousands of people!!!
      • Think about the CONSUMER!!!!
      • You never know who they might be……..
    • 14. Core Concept
      • Six Pillars of Character
    • 15. Six Pillars of Character
      • Trustworthiness
      • Respect
      • Responsibility
      • Fairness
      • Caring
      • Citizenship
    • 16. Eight Core Concepts
      • Character Education
      • Six Pillars of Character
      • Purpose of 4-H/FFA
      • Purpose of Livestock Projects
      • Making Decisions/Goal Setting
    • 17. Core Concept
      • Purpose of 4-H/FFA
    • 18. Motto
      • Learning to Do
      • Doing to Learn
      • Earning to Live
      • Living to Serve
    • 19. 4-H Slogan
      • Learn by Doing
    • 20. Eight Core Concepts
      • Character Education
      • Six Pillars of Character
      • Purpose of 4-H/FFA
      • Purpose of Livestock Projects
      • Making Decisions/Goal Setting
    • 21. Core Concept
      • Purpose of Livestock Projects
    • 22. Skills Gained by Exhibiting Livestock
      • Problem Solving
      • Knowledge of Livestock Industry
      • Self-Confidence
      • Team Work
      • Self-Motivation
      • Self-Discipline
      • Organizational Skills
      • Character
      • Social Skills
      • Competition
    • 23. Eight Core Concepts
      • Character Education
      • Six Pillars of Character
      • Purpose of 4-H/FFA
      • Purpose of Livestock Projects
      • Making Decisions/Goal Setting
    • 24. Core Concept
      • Decision Making
      • And
      • Goal Setting
    • 25. What is Success?
      • Success is the achievement of something desired, planned or attempted.
    • 26. What is Failure?
      • Failure is not achieving what you desire, plan or attempt.
    • 27. Characteristics of Successful People
      • Confident
      • Hard Working
      • Failure increases motivation to work harder
      • Challenging themselves
      • Take credit for success and take responsibility for failure
    • 28. Characteristics of Unsuccessful People
      • Doubt themselves and are anxious
      • Don’t work hard
      • Give up when things don’t go well
      • Just go through the motions without much participation
      • Believe someone else controls whether they succeed or fail
    • 29. What is a Goal?
      • Goal: something that one strives to achieve
    • 30. Eight Core Concepts
      • Character Education
      • Six Pillars of Character
      • Purpose of 4-H/FFA
      • Purpose of Livestock Projects
      • Making Decisions/Goal Setting
    • 31. Eight Core Concepts
      • Quality Assurance
      • Impact of Livestock Projects on Red Meat Industry
      • Responsibilities of Producing a Safe Product
      • Medication use/Reading and Following Labels
      • Animal Care and Well-Being
    • 32. Core Concept
      • Impact of Livestock Projects on the Red Meat Industry
    • 33. Lesson #1
      • The Food Supply Continuum
    • 34. Understand role and responsibility in the food supply continuum From: NPPC, Youth PQA; 2000
    • 35. Understand role and responsibility in the food supply continuum
      • ALL producers are affected by negative publicity concerning our food supply
      • Product safety can be compromised at any time in the food supply continuum
      Responsibility Citizenship
    • 36. Eight Core Concepts
      • Quality Assurance
      • Impact of Livestock Projects on Red Meat Industry
      • Responsibilities of Producing a Safe Product
      • Medication use/Reading and Following Labels
      • Animal Care and Well-Being
    • 37. Core Concept
      • Responsibility of Producing a Safe Product
    • 38. Understand basic elements of food safety
      • Past failures in food safety process
        • Recalls, scares, contamination
      • Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points ( HACCP ) plans and monitoring now required by every packing plant, regardless of size - PREVENTION
      Responsibility Citizenship Trustworthiness
    • 39. Understand basic elements of food safety
      • Role of producer in providing packer with safe product
        • “ On-farm HACCP”
        • Certain hazards occur before product reaches packer
        • Notify packer of potential hazards
      • Importance of record keeping
        • Medication use and storage
      Responsibility Citizenship Trustworthiness
    • 40. Eight Core Concepts
      • Quality Assurance
      • Impact of Livestock Projects on Red Meat Industry
      • Responsibilities of Producing a Safe Product
      • Medication use/Reading and Following Labels
      • Animal Care and Well-Being
    • 41. Core Concept
      • Medication Use/Reading and Following Labels
    • 42. Exhibit knowledge of medication and feed labels and their meaning
        • Expiration date
        • Lot number
        • Dosage
        • Warnings
        • Cautions
        • Application Method
        • Precautions
        • Active Ingredient
        • Trade Name
      Responsibility Caring Read the Labels!!! From: NPPC; PQA for Youth; 2000
    • 43. Exhibit knowledge of medication and feed labels and their meaning
      • Types of drug use
      • Labeled Use: Using the drug EXACTLY as it is specified on the label. Legal and the type of practice most producers use.
      • Off Label Use: The PRODUCER uses drugs on their own in a manner other than what is stated on the label without veterinarian guidance. ILLEGAL!
      • Extra Label Use: The VETERINARIAN prescribes a drug to be used in a manner other than what is on the label. LEAGAL and used when a good veterinarian-client-patient relationship exists
      From: NPPC; PQA for Youth; 2000
    • 44. Exhibit knowledge of medication and feed labels and their meaning
      • Labels must be followed when using feed and feed additives
      • Only a veterinarian can change the label of medications, including route of administration, dosage, duration, etc. (Extra label drug use)
      • NO ONE , not even a veterinarian, can legally change the label on feed or feed additives
      Responsibility Caring
    • 45. Eight Core Concepts
      • Quality Assurance
      • Impact of Livestock Projects on Red Meat Industry
      • Responsibilities of Producing a Safe Product
      • Medication use/Reading and Following Labels
      • Animal Care and Well-Being
    • 46. Core Concept
      • Animal Care and Well-Being
    • 47. Animal Care and Well-Being
      • Administering Medicines
      • Animal Facilities
      • Caring for your animals health
    • 48. Knowledge of proper medication administration
      • Proper routes of administration
        • Differences in routes of administration
        • Differences between species
        • ALWAYS avoid major meat cuts (loin, leg, ham)!!!
      Responsibility Caring From: NPPC; PQA for Youth; 2000 From: SDSU Animal Science website
        • Ø
        • Ø
    • 49. Knowledge of proper medication administration
      • Animals should NEVER be injected into the loin (back) or rump (ham or leg).
        • Intramuscular injections (IM) should be given in the neck muscle
        • Subcutaneous injections (Subcu) should be given in the fore or rear flank, under the skin
    • 50. Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate animal facilities - HOUSING
      • Impact of decisions on the general welfare of the animal
      Caring Respect Shade Bedding Ventilation Shelter
    • 51. Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate animal facilities - HANDLING
      • Handle animals while temperatures are optimum
      Caring Respect Wet shavings Keep trailer moving to provide air flow Straw bedding Prevent drafts
    • 52. Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate animal facilities - HANDLING
      • Always handle animals calmly and gently
      • Provide water immediately after transport (and during if possible)
      • Provide shade while transporting
      Caring Respect
    • 53. Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate animal facilities - HANDLING
      • Never use electric prods, buzzers or slappers to handle animals
      • Use proper equipment (i.e. sorting panels for hogs) when handling, loading and transporting animals
      Caring Respect
    • 54. Demonstrate an understanding of animal well-being
      • Nutrition and feeding
        • Meeting animal’s requirements
        • Management to reach optimum weight, not “feed and then withhold right before show”
      • Importance of a clean, fresh water supply at all times
      Responsibility Caring Citizenship
    • 55. Demonstrate an understanding of animal well-being
      • Water should NEVER be withheld from the animal for more than a few hours, especially as a means of shedding weight
      • Feed additives, including Paylean ® for swine, alter the metabolism of the animal
      • Feed additives may also affect the way that an animal handles stresses, including handling, loading, showing and weight management
      Responsibility Caring Citizenship
    • 56. Evaluate herd health
      • Animals should be observed daily for signs of illness
      • If an illness or injury occurs, animal should be treated promptly and correctly, following label directions and may need the care or advice of a veterinarian
      Responsibility Citizenship Caring
    • 57. Evaluate herd health
      • Many producers have strict biosecurity practices on their operations
        • Prevent spread of potential disease
        • Be aware of, and observe these practices when visiting farms
      • Youth may want to consider adopting some simple biosecurity measures on their operation
      Responsibility Citizenship Caring
    • 58.
      • Putting a Bow on It………
    • 59. Eight Core Concepts
      • Character Education
      • Six Pillars of Character
      • Purpose of 4-H/FFA
      • Purpose of Livestock Projects
      • Making Decisions/Goal Setting
    • 60. Eight Core Concepts
      • Quality Assurance
      • Impact of Livestock Projects on Red Meat Industry
      • Responsibilities of Producing a Safe Product
      • Medication use/Reading and Following Labels
      • Animal Care and Well-Being
    • 61. Quality Counts for Everyone
      • Quality Counts is for All Youth Livestock Programs in the state of Texas Kansas
    • 62. Questions to Address
      • Quality Counts Old Vs. New
        • The pillars are still the pillars
        • Quality Assurance is still Quality Assurance
      • Renewed focus on Animal Care
      • Training for trainer is good for 3 years
    • 63. Questions to Address
      • If I was trained in 2007 do I need to be trained again
        • Not until 2010
        • Pork Board will send you notification of re-training needs
        • Training is available on-line
    • 64. Questions to Address
      • How long will it take to conduct a Train-the-Trainer Event?
        • Face to Face 4 hours
        • Online probably less
    • 65. Questions to Address
      • Is there an online Train-the-Trainer option like Youth PQA Plus?
        • No…But Texas Trails Could get you a long way to that end
        • Use PQA Plus online certification to get yourself certified
    • 66. Questions to Address
      • Can the students go to an interactive training site?
        • Yes
        • Reports from the system will be difficult
          • Sorts will need to be made by zip code
    • 67. Questions to Address
      • Do they get a Quality Counts Number
        • We do not use a Quality Counts Number
        • However each student in the online program gets a unique numeric identifier
    • 68. Questions to Address
      • When teaching Quality Counts, what are considered the core modules needed
        • The eight core concepts
    • 69. Questions to Address
      • What is the difference between Tier 1 and Tier 2
        • Uses the same base curricula but separates the teaching material into a two step process.
        • Could be thought of as Year 1 vs. Year 2