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Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
Bovine 1   Restraint And Handling 2009
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Bovine 1 Restraint And Handling 2009

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  • 1. OF CATTLE
  • 2.
    • INTACT MALE: BULL
    • CASTRATED MALE: STEER
    • YOUNG MALE: BULLOCK, BULL CALF
    • FEMALE : COW
    • YOUNG FEMALE: HEIFER
    • NEWBORN: CALF
    • ACT OF GIVING BIRTH: CALVING
    • TO CALVE, & BEGIN NEW LACTATION PERIOD: FRESHEN
  • 3.
    • MILK PRODUCTION
    • MEAT
    • SPECIFIC BREEDS ARE RAISED FOR EACH INDIVDUAL PURPOSE
  • 4.
    • EACH FACILITY HAS ITS OWN PROTICAL FOR IDENTIFICATION
    • TAGS
    • COLLARS
    • LEG BANDS
    • TATOO
    • BRAND
    • IDENTIFICATION CAN ALSO BE SPECIFIC TO BREED (DAIRY OR BEEF)
  • 5.  
  • 6.  
  • 7.
    • AGE
    • SEX
    • BREED (DAIRY OR BEEF)
    • PREVIOUS EXPOSURE TO PEOPLE
  • 8.  
  • 9.
    • VOICE
    • PROPER BODY POSITION (BEAWARE OF PRESSURE POINTS)
    • WHIP
    • PADDLE
    • ELECTRIC PROD
    • CONSIDERATIONS :
    • MOVE THEM IN A SLOW CONTROLLED MANNER, TO PREVENT THEM FROM BEING STARTLED.
    • CHANGE IN LIGHT CAN MAKE THEM LEARY.
    • BEAWARE OF COW / CALVE SEPERATION
  • 10.
    • FIRST RESPONSE TO DANGER IS TO FLEE
    • DEFENSE: SPEED
    • BODY
    • HEAD
    • HOOVES
  • 11.
    • 6 – 8 FEET KNOWN AS KILL ZONE
    • WITH HIND LIMBS IT STARTS AS A FORWARD MOTION CIRCLES LATERALLY THEN GOES OUT BEHIND ANIMAL
    • THEY HAVE THE ABILITY TO REACH AS FAR FORWARD AS THEIR SHOULD WITH THEIR HIND LIMBS
  • 12.
    • HEAD CHUTE (usually for beef cattle & bulls )
    • STANCHION (usually for dairy cows)
    • HALTER (can be used on all cattle, when is it applied / why)
    • NOSE LEAD OR TONGS ( can be used on all cattle except calves)
    • NOSE RING (usually for bulls, most dairy bulls have permanent rings- staffs or ropes in conjunction to manage )
    • ROPES (used for added restraint for procedures)
    • TAIL JACKING (used on all cattle)
    • FLANKING (calves)
  • 13.  
  • 14.  
  • 15.  
  • 16.  
  • 17.  
  • 18.
    • VACCINES
    • BLOOD TESTS
    • HEALTH CERTIFCATES
    • PREGNANCY CHECKS
    • DEHORNING
    • CASTRATIONS
    • CALVING PROBLEMS
    • RETAINDED PLACENTAS
    • D.A.
  • 19.  

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