- Количество слайдов: 61
By Joya Hill
Each Animal Has Slides About • Use – What they are used for? • Birth – Live, egg • Shelter – Where do they live? • Food – What do they eat? • Covering – Hide, fur, wool, feathers?
Buttons To Move You Pig Horse Goat Sheep Chicken Rabbit Cattle Mule Dog Cat
Pig (Use) • Many parts of the pig can be used. • We eat their meat. • We use their hide. Pig Button
Pig (Birth) • When the sow is ready to give birth, she has a litter of piglets. • The sow has live, multiple births. Pig Button
Pig (Shelter) • Pigs might live inside of this barn. • They might also be outside in a pig pen. • You might even call their home a sty. Pig Button
Pig (Food) Pig Button • Pigs eat ground up grain. • Some farmers make a mash for their pigs. • Don’t forget to give them water. • Some even like treats of cookies.
Pig (Covering) • Pigs have hide covering their bodies. • They also have 4 legs with 4 soft hooves. Pig Button
Horse (Use) • Transportation Saddle up for a ride, or hitch to a buggy • Pet – something to love • Tool – a horse is used by a cowboy to work on a ranch Horse Button
Horse (Birth) • They have a live birth. • Mainly a single birth. • Mares wait until night when it is very still to give birth. Horse Button
Horse (Shelter) • You can find a horse in a few places on the farm. • In the pasture, corral, stable, or even a barn. • Maybe just under a shade tree. Horse Button
Horse (Food) • Horses need hay, alfalfa, oat, or grass. • They like grain also. • Pasture is good. • Don’t forget water and salt blocks. Horse Button
Horse (Covering) • A horse has a mane and tail. • They have 4 legs and hard hooves. • Hide covers their body. Horse Button
Goat (Use) • • Milk Meat As a pet In a rodeo for a timed event. Goat Button
Goat (Birth) • Nanny’s give birth to kids. • They can be a single birth, or even a multiple. Goat Button
Goat (Shelter) • You can find a goat just about anywhere on the farm. • Barn, pasture, or corral. • Even places you don’t want one. Goat Button
Goat (Food) • Hay, alfalfa, oat, grass. • Straw • Grain • Don’t forget the water. Goat Button
Goat (Covering) • Goats have 4 legs with soft hooves. • Hide covers their bodies. • Some goats even have horns. Goat Button
Sheep (Use) • Some sheep are bred for meat production. • Some sheep are bred for wool production. Sheep Button
Sheep (Birth) • Ewe’s give birth to live lambs. • Sometimes they are single births. • They might have twins, or even triplets. • A yearling ewe might not give birth. Sheep Button
Sheep (Shelter) Sheep Button • At our house, the sheep live in a corral, and they also go in the pasture. • Some are in a barn. • Ours find a roof in the corner of their corral.
Sheep (Food) • They will eat hay, alfalfa, or grass. • Pasture is nice. • Grain, depending on their age. • Don’t forget their water and salt. Sheep Button
Sheep (Covering) • All sheep have wool to their bodies. • They have four legs and 4 soft hooves. Sheep Button
Chicken (Use) • Egg production • Meat • Feathers Chicken Button
Chicken (Birth) • Chickens lay many eggs. • Some hatch out chicks. • Some eggs are for us to eat. Chicken Button
Chicken (Shelter) • • Chicken Button Poultry Pen Chicken Coop Barnyard Barn
Chicken (Food) • • • Chicken Button Grain Fish meal Soybean meal Bugs Water too!
Chicken (Covering) • Feathers • Combs • 2 legs with claws Chicken Button
Rabbit (Use) • Rabbits make great pets. • They can be used for their fur. • Also meat production. Rabbit Button
Rabbit (Birth) • Doe’s give birth to multiple babies. • You need to watch the doe with her babies, she might eat them. Rabbit Button
Rabbit (Shelter) • You might see them hopping around the yard. • Rabbit Hutch or cage. • We have one in our classroom. Rabbit Button
Rabbit (Food) Rabbit Button • Hay, not too much though. • Pellets • Water • They like treats of dried bread. • Thumper likes carrots also.
Rabbits (Covering) • They have 4 legs great for hopping. • Fur • 2 long ears (one of Thumpers droops) Rabbit Button
Cattle (Use) • Dairy Cattle are for milk, meat, hide, and many byproducts. • Beef Cattle are for meat, hide, and many byproducts. Cattle Button
Cattle (Birth) • Cows give birth to either single calves or twins. • The births are mainly single. Cattle Button
Cattle (Shelter) • Dairy cattle can be found in barns and corrals. • Beef cattle can be found in corrals, pastures, or the range. Cattle Button
Cattle (Food) • Both Beef and Dairy cattle eat the same thing. • Hay, grass, grain, water and salt blocks. Cattle Button
Cattle (Covering) • All cattle have hide to cover their bodies. • They have 4 legs and 4 hooves. • Some can have horns on their heads. Cattle Button
Mule (Use) • Like a horse, for transportation. • As a pet. • To pack with. • I used to work my mule just like a horse on the ranch. Mule Button
Mule (Birth) • A mule is a cross between a Mare and a Jackass. • The mare gives birth to a single mule foal. • It could be a twin. But that is rare. Mule Button
Mule (Shelter) • Where you can find the horse on the farm, you can find a mule. • Barn, pasture, or corral. Mule Button
Mule (Food) • Remember what the horse needs to eat? A mule does also. • Hay, grain, grass, water and a salt block. Mule Button
Mule (Covering) • LONG EARS • 4 legs with 4 hard hooves. • Hide Mule Button
Dog (Use) • As a great pet • Watch dog • Work dog on the farm, herding sheep or cattle. • Might even herd the chickens. Dog Button
Dog (Birth) • Live • Can be a single, but mostly they have multiples Dog Button
Dog (Shelter) • • Dog Button Kennel Barn House In your yard
Dog (Food) • • Dog Button Processed food Meat Bones Don’t forget water!
Dog (Covering) • 4 legs with paws • Fur • Can be called a short hair dog • Long or short tail Dog Button
Cat (Use) • Pet • Barnyard worker Cat Button
Cat (Birth) • Live – can be a single, mainly multiple though Cat Button
Cat (Shelter) • They can live anywhere • Barn • Haystack • House Cat Button
Cat (Food) • Meat • Processed Food • Rodents Cat Button
Cat (Covering) • 4 legs and paws • Fur • Tails – long or short Cat Button
Llama (Use) • Packing in the mountains • Pets • Tallow for Candles • Fuel • Meat • Wool and hair is made into ropes
Llama (Birth) A llama gives birth once a year, it is a live birth, and usually a single.
Llama (Shelter) • • • Pasture Barnyard Corral Range Stable
Llama (Food) • • Grass Leaves Grain Hay Fruits Vegetables Milk for young Don’t forget water
Llama (Covering) • Thick Wool • 4 legs and soft hooves • Hair
Llama Slide Creators • The llama slides were created by Mrs. Hill’s class in May 2000. The students were: Erin Applegarth, Jayleen Beesley, Chris Cobo, Levi Conrad, Tessa De. Haven, Kendall Edwards, Logan Iverson, Jaime Ixta, Eric Liera, Kasie Lockhart, Johnny Moore, Meghan Norris, Sydney Penner, David Peterson, Jessica Rametes, Melanie Read, Robbie Salazar, Emily Smith, Viky Vargas, Steven Wilkins.
• Now lets see if we can create some new slides. • As a class we will vote on a different farm animal to include. • After we find out what animal, your team will draw the name of the slide they will work on. (use, birth, shelter, food, or covering) • Your team will then find information to put on the slide about the animal. • Have fun!
References • • • Mrs. Hill’s Database Pictures of Mrs. Hill’s Animals Microsoft Clip Art Pictures of Anderson’s Pigs and Goats Pictures of Deire Cattle, taken from their web page with permission • Pictures of Horses from June Deire’s web page • Pictures by Stan Clements