Resources by C.L. Gregg
|Preparing for an Emergency: The Smart Thing to Do||
Preparing for emergencies is not new. Your grandparents probably have extra supplies, such as: soap and shampoo in the bathroom closets, onions and potatoes stored in the basement, and canned goods on pantry shelves in their home. They understood the value of having a little extra on hand in case of emergencies.
|May 11, 2020||3104-1590 (VCE-1020)|
|Cattle Identification: Freeze Branding||May 1, 2009||400-301|
|Good Production Practices: Reading a Medication Label||
Purpose: To teach youth how to read a medication label and calculate dosages so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications to different livestock species
|Dec 23, 2015||APSC-100P|
|Good Production Practices: Reading and Understanding a Medication Label||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-101P|
|Good Production Practices: Required Living Space for Sheep||May 6, 2016||APSC-103P|
|Good Production Practices: Understanding the Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-104P|
|Good Production Practices: Using the Flight Zone to Handle Livestock||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-105P|
|Good Production Practices: When to Call the Veterinarian||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-106P|
|Good Production Practices: Where Did That Medication Come From? PDF||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-107P|
|Good Production Practices: You Want Me to Eat From That?||Apr 28, 2016||APSC-108P|
|Monitoring Livestock Vital Signs||May 7, 2020||APSC-169NP|
|Good Production Practices: Name That Feed||
To demonstrate the importance of properly labeling feeds.
|Oct 28, 2015||APSC-98P|
|Good Production Practices: Proper Storage, Labeling, and Accounting for Medications||
Purpose: To teach youth how to read a medication label so they are better able to understand how to store and administer medications for different livestock species.
|Dec 7, 2015||APSC-99P|