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Farm Animals on Parade

Farm Animals on Parade



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    • Farm Animals on Parade
      Mrs. Hood’s
      Second Grade Class
      Woodward North
    • Cows
      Nick Adam Cameron N. Madeline
    • Adult Cows
      Cows can weigh 1,000-1,200lbs.
      A male is called a bull and a female is called a cow
      It lives for 25 years
      It eats corn, hay, grass, and wheat
      They eat 40lbs. a day
      They eat3 times a day
    • Cow’s Babies
      T he baby is born alive
      The name for the baby is a calf
      The mother gives birth to a calf one at a time
      The mother gives birth to a calf one time a year
      T he mother takes care of the calf 2-3 years
    • Other Interesting Facts
      Female cows can digest their nitrogen in their urine
      Cows have 4 stomachs
      Cows can chew their cud for 6-8 hrs.
    • Products
      Milk , hamburger meat ,rugs.
      Blankets to keep warm in the winter.
      Horns to sell.
    • Goats
      Michael, Cameron H., Sameer, and Emily
    • Adult Goats
      Does weigh between 125 to 200 Lbs
      Bucks weigh between 200 to 300 lbs
      Adult males are called bucks or Billy's
      Adult females are called does or a nanny's
      They live 10 to 12 years , but can live as long as 30 years
      They eat grass, herbs, tree leaves , grain, and other plant material
      An adult eats about 7 lbs of food each day
      Adult goats can be fed once or twice a day.
    • Baby Goats
      The baby goat is born alive
      It is called a kid
      1-2 babies born at a time
      1-2 babies are born a year
      The kid drinks milk
      Mother takes care by feeding it milk, protecting it, and it stays for with its mother for about 1 year
      Goats are closely related to sheep
      Goats can live on hills and in hot places.
      There are about 600 different kinds of goats.
      Both male and female wild goats have beards and pointed black horns.
      Goats have 4 stomachs
    • Products
      Cheese, meat, milk, and yogurt come from goats.
      People eat the products that goats produce.
    • Sheep
      Ananya, Harish, Robert, Siddu
    • Adult Animals
      Weigh 100-225 pounds 100-350 pounds male
      Ewe female, male Ram
      Average age for a sheep ten to twelve years of age
      Sheep eat grass, clover, forbs, and other pasture plants
      Sheep eat 6-8 pounds a day
      Sheep eat for 5-10 hours a day
    • Baby Sheep
      Baby born alive
      Name for baby is lamb
      Baby name ram male , ewe female
      Born each time -1.5
      Times born -1 year
      Eats milk and grass
      Mother takes care of lamb for 1.5 years and lambs follow their mother
    • Other interesting facts
      800 breeds
      Largest is the argali
      800 breeds
    • Product
      • Get milk
      • Get wool
      • Use clothes
      • Get cheese
    • Chickens
      Darius, Rahul, Shreya, Aanjan
    • Adult Chicken
      The weight of an adult chicken is 8 to 10 pounds
      A female chicken is called a Cluck-Cluck or Hen
      A male chicken is called a Rooster
      A chicken lives for 10 to 15 years
      They eat seeds, worms, insects, grains, and snails
    • Chicken Babies
      The baby chickens are called chicks
      Baby chickens hatch from eggs
      The mother chicken give birth to 250 eggs a year
      The mother chicken takes care of the chick for 1 to 3 months
      The chick eat whatever their mother gives them
      • Interesting facts
      Chickens enemies are hawks, bobcats, snakes , skunks, owls , raccoons , and foxes.
      The gizzard is the part that helps the chicken grind it’s food.
      The father (Rooster) makes a crowing sound that sounds like Cock-a-doodle-doo.
      There are 175 varieties of chickens.
      A hen lays a average of 300 eggs per year.
      A chick takes about 21 days to hatch.
    • Products
      Chicken fingers and chicken nuggets and eggs come from a chicken.
      People use the products for eating.
      Chicken feathers are used for pillows.