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Title: Livestock Reproduction Males and Females
Description: Reproduction in livestock varies from species to species. Each species has a unique reproduction specialization that allows them to succeed in copulation, conception, and birth. It is important to understand the differences between genders and species and their needs for the animalís health and safety. This lesson will covers in depth and with a lot of detail the reproductive systems of cattle, sheep and goats, pigs, and horses both male and female covering important terms, major organs, primary hormones and touch on the reproductive system of the cat and dog. Included in this lesson plan are skeleton notes for male and female reproduction for students to fill in during the presentations and a quiz and bingo game! 
Key Words: reproduction, livestock, hormones, cattle, sheep, goat, pig, estrus, estrous, ovulation 
Grade Level: 9-12th 
Subject: Ag 
 Reproduction in Livestock Lesson Plan.doc
 General Livestock Reproduction Male (NXPowerLite).pptx
 General Livestock Reproduction Female (NXPowerLite).pptx
 Female Reproduction Skeleton Notes.docx
 Male Reproduction Skeleton Notes.docx
 Reproduction Bingo Cards.docx
 Reproduction Bingo Call Card.docx
 Reproduction Quiz.docx
 Reproduction Quiz Answers.docx

Teacher's Request: A lesson over livestock reproduction. Estrus cycles for cattle, horses, swine, sheep/goats, poultry, and then cats/dogs mentioned. Terms and definitions along with labeling of the reproductive organs.


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