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Ovine, Caprine, Swine

Florida Institute of Animal Arts access
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Ovine
Sheep
Caprine
Goats
Swine
Pigs
Ram
mature male sheep
Ewe
mature female sheep
Ewe-lamb
young female sheep
Ram-lamb
young male sheep
Lamb
newborn sheep
Wether
castrated male sheep or goat
Mutton
sheep used for meat
Buck
mature male goat
Doe
mature female goat
Kid (aka buckling or doeling)
newborn goat
Billy
adult male goat
Boar
mature male pig
Sow
mature female pig
Gilt
immature female pig
Barrow
castrated male pig (or young male pig)
Piglet
newborn pig
farrowing
act of birthing pigs
pigs tusk?
continuously grow
pigs baby teeth?
needle teeth
Sow gestation?
115 days
Ewe gestation?
150 days
Doe gestation?
150 days
pig stomach?
monogastric
goat and sheep stomach?
ruminant
rumen
first and largest chamber in the stomach where micro organisms break down feed
reticulum
second chamber in the stomach prevents indigestible objects from entering the stomach
omasum
third chamber in the stomach absorbs water (dehydration area, removes 60-70% of the water)
abomasum
fourth chamber in the stomach, the true stomach
Foot and mouth disease
swine vesicular disease
External parasites of goat, sheep and pigs?
flies, bots, lice, mange (mites), ticks
internal parasites of goat, sheep and pigs?
round worms, whipworms (gastrointestinal worms)
factors of reproduction?
diet, genetics, environment, preventative medicine
mohair
silk like fabric made from goats hair
Erysipelas
disease of pigs (aka diamond skin disease)
white muscle disease (aka nutritional myopathy, stiff lamb disease)
selenium and Vit E deficiency
scrapie
fatal neurological disease (causing spongiform encephalopathy
Campylobacteriosis
venereal disease, causes abortion
Brucellosis
genital tract disease causing abortion, infertility
Toxoplasmosis
protozoan disease causing abortion
Listeriosis (aka circling disease)
disease causing encephalitis