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Animal Science DASNR Videos

VT 1134 - Temple Grandin Presentation
Renowned animal behavior expert Temple Grandin gives a talk at Oklahoma State University as part of the announcement for the Animal Science Temple Grandin Endowed Chair. Close captioned. 42 minutes running time.

VT 950 - Foot and Mouth Disease
This video discusses in detail the foot and mouth disease.  The speaker discusses how the disease can be transmitted, what animals are susceptible, and how to treat the disease.  Length:  18 Minutes

VT 791 - Pigs, Poultry, and Public Policy Week #5
News packages on public policy of pigs and poultry.  Length:  27 Minutes

VT 790 - Pigs, Poultry, and Public Policy Week #4
News packages on public policy of pigs and poultry.  Length:  26 Minutes

VT 789 - Pigs, Poultry, and Public Policy Week #3
News packages on public policy of pigs and poultry.  Length:  24 Minutes

VT 788 - Pigs, Poultry, and Public Policy Week #2
News packages on public policy of pigs and poultry.  Length:  25 Minutes

VT 787 - Pigs, Poultry, and Public Policy Week #1
News packages on public policy of pigs and poultry.  Length:  22 Minutes

VT 362 - Training the Championship Trail Horse
This tape shows how to train and prepare for trail horse competition.  Western event trainer Ken Garrett is featured on the tape.  Length:  43 Minutes

VT 251 - Ultrasound Pregnancy Diagnosis in Ewes
This tape explains the benefits of the ultrasound pregnancy diagnosis technique to the sheep industry, demonstrates how to use the machine and follows two ewes throughout their pregnancies, showing various gestation stages with the ultrasound technology.  Length:  21 Minutes

VT 218 - Oklahoma 6-5-4: Body Condition Scoring for Beef Cattle
This tape answers the 20 most commonly asked questions about the Oklahoma 6-5-4 program, a cow management plan used to improve the reproductive efficiency of spring calving cow herds.  The tape explains how to evaluate body condition scores, what body condition has to do with rebreeding, management techniques for cows in various conditions and the pros and cons of short term calf removal, flushing and early weaning.  Length:  20 Minutes

VT 189 - Facility Considerations for Horse Farms
This tape provides information that will enable facility placement and construction with a sound architectural and engineering basis.  Procedures are outlined that assist in defining and evaluating facility objectives and locating farm sites and individual buildings.  Experts on the tape give recommendations for building materials, insulation, ventilation and needs for stalls, alleyways and lighting.  Fencing material alternatives are discussed, as well as safety considerations in all areas of horse housing.  Length:  36 Minutes

VT 96 - Powell Breaking Technique: Teaching by Asking
This tape is a record of a live presentation given at the Oklahoma Equine Agriculture Symposium III.  Sam Powell, assistant manager for the Mullendore Cross Bell Ranch in Copan, Oklahoma, demonstrates breaking techniques by breaking a young horse to ride.  Length:  1 Hour, 58 Minutes

VT 86 - The Events of Foaling
Covers events of a normal foaling and problems that may occur during the foaling process.  Length:  17 Minutes

TC 06 - Integrated Beef Management Videoconference Part 1
This program is a joint presentation of information from Animal Science, Veterinary Medicine, Entomology, Agronomy, and Agricultural Economics to help beef producers improve their efficiency.  Length:  2 Hours

TC 07 - Integrated Beef Management Videoconference Part 2
This program is a joint presentation of information from Animal Science, Veterinary Medicine, Entomology, Agronomy, and Agricultural Economics to help beef producers improve their efficiency.  Primarily deals with internal and external parasite control and the economics of profitable beef production.  Note:  Horn Fly resistance information is out of date.  Length:  2 Hours


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