Vernon E. Cleaves Agricultural Science & Technology
Lyman Hall High School

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Large Animal Technology

Freshmen

Course work introduces students to equine science, small animal science, tractor  driving, and an introduction to livestock. . Students will be introduced to and participate in the Lyman Hall FFA Chapter. Students will start to develop a portfolio and build skills to prepare for college and future careers in the animal science and equine industries.


Sophomores

Course work introduces students to light horse production, equine anatomy and physiology, animal behavior, animal handling and restraint and equine conformation and horse judging. . Students participate in the Lyman Hall FFA Chapter and continue to develop a portfolio and build skills to prepare for college and future careers in the animal science and equine industries.


Juniors

Coursework continues to build a foundation for students interested in animal science/ equine science. Topics studied, include: equitation, equine production, nutrition, horse show preparation, breeding and genetics and equine health and disease. Students participate in the Lyman Hall FFA Chapter and continue to develop a portfolio and build skills to prepare for college and future careers in the animal science and equine industries.

Seniors

Course work includes horse farm management, current trends in agriculture, first aid and driving horses. Students participate in the Lyman Hall FFA Chapter and continue to develop a portfolio and build skills to prepare for college and future careers in the animal science and equine industries.

Curriculum

Animal_Science_Equine_Science_1_-_September_2007.pdf
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Animal_Science_Equine_Science_2_-_September_2007.pdf
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001_Animal_Science_Equine_Science_3_-_September_2007.pdf
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Animal_Science_Equine_Science_4_-_September_2007.pdf
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