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Equine Landmark Anatomy and Acupoint Energetics
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(Tallgrass Publishers, 2006), 54 mins, 54 page(s)
Examining equine landmark anatomy and acupoint energetics, this DVD identifies significant anatomical landmarks, shows how to locate points, and demonstrates the flow of the 12 major meridians and conception and governing vessels. It describes the function, location, and energetics of all acupoints in the major ac...
(Tallgrass Publishers, 2006), 54 mins, 54 page(s)
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Equine Management: Nutrition, Health, and Exercise
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(CEV - Multimedia, 2001), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
This DVD discusses such equine health management strategies as examinations, vaccinations, deworming, and careful observation. It also covers equine nutrition and exercise and introduces horse psychology.
(CEV - Multimedia, 2001), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
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Equine Management: Psychology and Handling
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(CEV - Multimedia, 2001), 28 mins, 28 page(s)
This program features an equine expert who teaches everyday equine management practices. It covers handling and equine psychology.
(CEV - Multimedia, 2001), 28 mins, 28 page(s)
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Equine Reproduction
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(CEV - Multimedia, 1995), 27 mins, 27 page(s)
Explaining that horse breeding techniques designed to reinforce or eliminate specific characteristics are thousands of years old, this DVD details the horse breeding process. It describes the process of conception, examines natural breeding and artificial insemination, explores the equine reproductive system, addr...
(CEV - Multimedia, 1995), 27 mins, 27 page(s)
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Equine Science and Management
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(CEV - Multimedia, 2004), 4 hours 30 mins, 270 page(s)
Featuring such experts as John Pipkin of West Texas A&M University, this DVD examines equine science and management. It discusses career opportunities, breeds of horses, feeds and feeding, genetics, reproduction, and equine evaluation.
(CEV - Multimedia, 2004), 4 hours 30 mins, 270 page(s)
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Evaluating Ready to Cook Turkeys and Broilers
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(CEV - Multimedia, 2010), 37 mins, 37 page(s)
Designed to prepare students for poultry judging contests, this DVD teaches how to grade ready-to-cook turkey and broiler carcasses. Jason Lee of Texas A&M University demonstrates the USDA quality grading standards and provides a sample set of oral reasons for his grading selections.
(CEV - Multimedia, 2010), 37 mins, 37 page(s)
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Evaluation of Live Egg-Type Hens
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(CEV - Multimedia, 2010), 18 mins, 18 page(s)
Showing the various parts of an egg-type hen, this program examines a class of past production hens and presents oral reasons for their grading. Jason Lee, Assistant Professor of Poultry Science at Texas A&M University offers tips for students to perform better at poultry-judging contests.
(CEV - Multimedia, 2010), 18 mins, 18 page(s)
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EXCEL Beef Plant: Slaughter
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(CEV - Multimedia, 1997), 36 mins, 36 page(s)
This DVD tours one of the largest beef packing plants in the U.S.: EXCEL’s facility in Plainview, Texas. It shows the cattle shipping and receiving line, the slaughter floor, and the disassembly line. The DVD documents all the steps of the slaughter process, including stunning, bleeding, eviscerating, processing...
(CEV - Multimedia, 1997), 36 mins, 36 page(s)
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Exploring the Digestive and Excretory Systems
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(Visual Learning Co, 2010), 20 mins, 20 page(s)
This DVD illustrates the functions of the major digestive and excretory organs and structures. It also looks at digestion and peristalsis, discusses metabolism, and explores digestive system diseases.
(Visual Learning Co, 2010), 20 mins, 20 page(s)
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Faces of Earth: A Human World
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(Discovery Channel School, 2007), 42 mins, 42 page(s)
This DVD shows how early humans adapted to severe and rapid climate change across earth. It also explains how geoscientists look at the layers of ice and sediment cores to better understand the ways in which earth’s environments have changed over the course of millions of years. Discovery Enterprises.
(Discovery Channel School, 2007), 42 mins, 42 page(s)
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