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Farm animals by Sam Eichenlaub

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This story is about Farm Animals. I made this story for a project.
If you read this story,the first thing is about egg layer Chickens.
Next goats. Did you know that egg layer Chickens lay about 250 to 300 eggs per year.

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Farm animals by Sam Eichenlaub

  1. 1. By: SamuelEichenlaub Farm Animals(true story) 4-28-2016 Thingsaboutegg layerchickens. People askhowdo chickenslay their eggs. The answer is The Little Miracle The strengthening contractions essentially turn the chickens’canaland cloaca inside out,forcing the egg to drop free onto the ground.Ta da! An egg has been laid. Female’s lays250 to 300 per year.95% are layinghens.5 to 10 hens per cage. Some peopleasks why do hen’s unfertilized eggs.Hens lay between250to 300 eggs per year.USA:6.6 billion dozen eggs peryear. The top egg-producing state is Iowa. The chickenscan eat whole grain bread! The chickenswill eat apples,pears,and other fruits.
  2. 2. How chickswere born above. Angus Cows Basic Terms
  3. 3. Cow: An adultfemalethat has produced a calf Bull: Male animal Steer: Male animalthat has been castratedand cannotbreed Heifer: Young femalethat has not produceda calf Veal: Calves thatare raisedto 475-500 pound Over 98% of the beef animalis used when it is processed.About45% of the animal isused for meatand the rest is used for other byproducts includingleather,china,glue,film,soap, pharmaceuticals,insulin,and gelatins. The meatfrom cattle is called beef.The average American eats about65 pounds of beefeach year. Fun Facts • Cattle produce about25 billion poundsof meateach year. • The combined valueof the cattle and beefindustryis $200 billion. • The hide from one cow can make 144 baseballs,20 footballsor 12 basketballs. • Disneyland (CA)sells over 4 millionhamburgers eachyear.
  4. 4. Cattles AmazingStomachs Cattle are ruminants.This meansthey have one stomach with fourseparate compartments.Their digestive system allowsthem to digestplantmaterialby repeatedlyregurgitatingit and chewing itagain as cud.This digestive processallowscattle to thrive on grasses,othervegetation,and feed.A cow chews its cud for abouteighthours a day. When an animalchewsits cud it is a sign of health and contentment.Otherruminantanimalsinclude deer,elk,sheep,and goats. Goat’s facts: Goats were not known to the Americas untilColumbus broughtthem in 1493. The native range of this species is from southeastAlaska to Washington,western Montana,and central Idaho.Mountaingoats, Oreamnos Americanos,are native to the northern RockyMountains.They have also been introduced to parts of South Dakota,Colorado,and Washington.
  5. 5. Habitat Mountain goats prefersteep,rocky areas with cliffs or bluffs in alpine or sub-alpineregions.They prefer areas with sufficientescape terrain (steep rocky areas),moderate slopes,mid-elevations,and southern exposures.They migrate between lowland winterareas and high elevation summerranges. Old farm houses Pigs facts: Pigs have four toes on each hoof,but only walk on two toes perfoot. Domestic pigsare rarely aggressive.The only exceptions are sowswith a young litterand boars if provoked. Pigs are much moretolerant of cold than heat.Pigs have no sweatglands,so they can'tsweat.They roll around in the mud to cool theirskin.The layerof dried mud protects theirskin from the sun.If available, pigs,who are great swimmers,preferwater to mud. Some pigshave straightand some havecurly tails.
  6. 6. Teacup pigs
  7. 7. Pigs eating fruit  Donkey’s information at the farm:  Donkeys arethe same size of a horse.  Donkeys and goats can live with each other.  Donkeys will attackother predators if they try to heart other animals or other people  BABY SITTER. The donkey naturally loves children. While there are a few exceptions, the donkey is not usually a biter or kicker. They have the patience of Job and therefore are ideally suited to being around children. For use around children, the handicapped and formost uses (except jacks kept forbreeding) a jennet or gelding is the preferred animal.  WORKING DONKEY. The donkey is used all over the world foran infinite variety of jobs. Here in this country, some common uses are recreational riding; recreational driving, both single and in teams; packing, many backpackers use a donkey (which they oftencall a burro), to carry the heavy load since the animals walk at about a human's foot pace and are such enjoyable companions on the trail; skidding or pulling things on the homestead such as firewood, trash, etc.; pulling a sledge, travois or wheeled cart to carry things for the small farm such as barb wire for fencing, trash, or anything that needs to be moved; the donkey canalso carry such
  8. 8. items on its back in panniers if that is more convenient than pulling it; showing, many adults and children enjoy showing their animals in the donkey and mule shows around the country; the different kinds of work your animal can do to help you are limited only by your imagination.  Baby goats are kids. Males are bucks, females are does. Neutered males are withers. Ducks on a farm:
  9. 9. The Muscovy is a good big duck, the mature drake weighing 10 pounds and the duck 7 pounds, and they are a very hardy, self-reliant breed. The Indian Runners weigh only 4 to 4-1/2 pounds at maturity. One important advantage of the Muscovy is that it is quickness and won't bother your neighbors. Muscovites are fliers, though, and if your fencing isn't pretty high, you may have toclip the outermost feathers from one wing. Cement bathing and drinking trough which can be easily kept clean. Only while ducks are sitting on eggs is water for bathing really necessary. Ducks are messy feeders and will waste less if pellets instead of mash are used. Here is cross section of pellet hopper used by commercial duck raisers. It can be made any size to hold from one to severalhundred pounds of pellets, thus saving much labor. "Flaps" can be closed to cut down time pellets are available to the ducks, thus forcing them to forage.

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