The Open School of Tropical Animal

Science and Production

 

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UNDER GRADUATE COURSES

 

Course Download Information
Course Code: VETM 1005

Course Name:
Animal Production III: Ruminant Production, Neo-tropical Animal Wildlife and Equines

Description:
This course contains an introduction to the concepts involved in designing an Intensive Animal Production System, an introduction to Ruminant Production [Sheep, Goats, Dairy, Beef Cattle and Buffaloes], Equine Production and the Production of Non-domestic Neo-tropical animal species.

Course outline

Unit 7: Wildlife  Management and Conservation Strategies (Unit 7 adopted from
AGLS 6502 course)
Course Code: VETM 1003

Course Name:
Animal Production I: Animal Nutrition, Animal Breeding and Farm Management/Agribusiness

Description:
This course contains an introduction to and concepts involved in Animal Nutrition and Feeding (the Nutritional Factors), Animal Breeding and Genetics (Animal Breeding and Genetic Factors), and Agribusiness Management (the Economic and Socio-economic Factors).

Course outline

Animal Nutrition Lecture # 1

Animal Nutrition Lecture # 2

Animal Nutrition Lecture # 3

Animal Nutrition Lecture # 4
MODULE 3 - The Conversion of Animals to Meat: The Harvesting of Muscle from Animals

Module 3
Parts 1 to 5

AGLS 2004 [AL 26 A]: LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS TECHNOLOGY

 

Description:

 

Technology of milk, meat, meat products and eggs; including quality, consumer demand, methods of storage, distribution and processing, preparation and market presentation. Skin preservation, processing and grading. Field Visits.

 

Part of the B.Sc. General Agriculture

Department of Food Production, Faculty of Science and Agriculture, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago.

 

By Dr. Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production and Co-ordinator of the Open Tropical Forage - Animal Production Laboratory

[OTF-APL]

Phone: 1-868-645-3232 Ext. 2090/ 3328

Fax: 1-868-663-9686

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

 

 

Course Introduction AL 26 A:
Year 2012

 

Course Manual

AGLS 3003 [AL 36 A]: RUMINANT PRODUCTION SYSTEMS

 

Description:

 

Structure of the ruminant industry in CARICOM, brief physiology of ruminants, management practices including breeds and breeding, nutrition and feeding, heath and

disease prevention and control, housing and waste management, record keeping, planning new enterprises and use of new technologies.

 

Semester I.

 

Principal Lecturer and Course Coordinator

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

CCourse Lecturers: Mr. Cicero H. O. Lallo, Dr. Marlon  Knights

Teaching Assistant: Mr. William Mollineau

Course Technician: Miss Gail Young/p>

 

Course Introduction AL 36 A:
Year 2012

 

AL 36 A - Introduction to Ruminants' Digestive Systems

 

AL 36 A -

Module #2 Ruminant Form and Function

 

 

VM 11 D: RUMINANT PRODUCTION SYSTEMS

 

Description:

 

This Unit’s Learning Objectives
When you have completed this unit, you will:
1. be able to describe the general structural types of animals and animal
biodiversity;
2. be able to describe the general make up of ruminants.

 

2005-2006, Year 2, Semester II.

School of Veterinary Medicine, Mount Hope, UWI.

 

Principal Lecturer and Course Coordinator

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

VM 11 D Introduction to Ruminants

 

VM 11 D Module 1

 

VM 11 D Module 2

 

VM 11 D Module

3 and 4

 

Dairy Cattle

 

Beef Cattle and Water Buffalo

 

 

 

FORM AND FUNCTION IN ANIMALS

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

Form and Function in Animals

 

 

RUMINANT PHYSIOLOGY

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

Ruminant Physiology

 

Ruminant Physiology Pictures

 

Ruminant Physiology Cases

 

 

ANIMAL PRODUCTION MODELLING

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

Animal Production Modelling

 

SHEEP PRODUCTION

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

Sheep Production

 

Sheep Production Pictures

 

 

GOAT PRODUCTION

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

Goat Production

 

Goat Production Pictures

 

 

DAIRY CATTLE PRODUCTION

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

Dairy Cattle Production

 

Dairy Cattle Production Pictures

 

 

BEEF AND BUFFALO CATTLE PRODUCTION

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

Beef and Buffalo Cattle Production

 

Beef and Buffalo Cattle Production Pictures

 

 

FORAGE PRODUCTION

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

Forage Production

 

 

FRENCH DAIRY GOAT MANAGEMENT

 

Gary Wayne Garcia, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer in Animal Production

e-mail: garygwg1@gmail.com

Room 212 Sir Frank Stockdale Building

Phone: 645-3232 ext 3328/2090

 

 

French Dairy Goat Management

 

 

To obtain further information on these courses as well as to interact with lecturers and peers feel free to visit the under graduate forum and chat room.

Under graduate Forum

 

Under graduate Chat Room

 

 

Dr. Gary W. Garcia, Ph.D.,

Department of Food Production, Faculty of Science and Agriculture,

The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine.