Dana B.Van Liewn

Courses Taught

ANS 021. Livestock and Dairy Cattle Judging

(2) III. Van Liew. Laboratory-6 hours. Prerequisite: course 1 or 2 recommended. Evaluation of type as presently applied to light horses, meat animals and dairy cattle. Relationship between form and function, form and carcass quality, and form and milk production.

ANS 022A. Animal Evaluation

(2) I. Van Liew. Laboratory-6 hours; discussion-1 hour. Prerequisite: course 21 or equivalent. The study of domestic livestock species with emphasis on visual appraisal, carcass evaluation, and application of performance information. Accurate written and oral descriptions and occasional weekend field trips will also be required. This course is prerequisite to intercollegiate judging competition.

ANS 022B. Animal Evaluation

(2) II. Van Liew. Laboratory-6 hours; discussion- 1 hr. Prerequisite: course 22A or equivalent . Continuation of course 22A with emphasis on specific species: Visual appraisal, carcass evaluation, and application of performance information. Accurate written and oral descriptions and occasional weekend field trips will also be required. This course is prerequisite to intercollegiate judging competition.

ANS 041L. Domestic Animal Production Laboratory

(2) II. Van Liew. Laboratory-6 hours. Prerequisite: course 41 (may be taken concurrently). Animal production principles and practices, including trips to dairy cattle, beef cattle, sheep and swine operations, and campus laboratories (P/NP grading only).

ANS 049. Animal Management Practices

(2) I, II, III. Van Liew. Discussion-1 hour: laboratory-3 hours. The application of the principles of elementary biology; the art and science of management of a specific animal species. Each quarter students will be able to choose from the following sections: beef, dairy cattle, dairy goats, horses, sheep, swine, laboratory animals. May be repeated up to four times with a different species. (P/NP grading only.)

ANS 144. Beef Cattle and Sheep Production (Sheep Production 5 weeks)

(4) III. Van Liew (Sheep Production). Lecture-3 hours; laboratory-3 hours, Saturday Field Trips. Scientific and Economic Practices associated with Sheep Management and integrated environmental resources and government regulations impacting the industry.