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Let’s take a trip Down on the Farm. Created by Cady Mercer, senior 2009 at Katy High And Jan Mercer, ITF at Katy High. Here are some of the animals you might find on a farm. Cows. live on farms. On the farms, cows stay in barns or out in the fields.

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let s take a trip down on the farm
Let’s take a trip Down on the Farm

Created by Cady Mercer, senior 2009 at Katy High

And Jan Mercer, ITF at Katy High

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Cows

live on farms

cows have big ears soft pretty eyes and a long rough tongue some cows have horns but some do not
Cows have big ears, soft, pretty eyes and a long rough tongue. Some cows have horns, but some do not.
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Many people believe that cows have four stomachs. But really, they have one stomach divided into four parts. Cows spend about 6 hours a day eating and about 8 hours chewing their cud.

Cud - food of a ruminant regurgitated to be chewed again.

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Pigs

live on farms

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Pigs have small beady eyesand big ears. Their nose is called a snout and is used to root in the ground.
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Pigs are one of the smartest animals around.  They are even smarter and easier to train than dogs and cats.
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Chickens

live on farms

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Hens lay eggs. Do you like to eat scrambled eggs? A hen can lay about 250 eggs a year. That’s a lot of scrambled eggs!
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Horses

live on farms

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A horses foot is called a hoof. A horse has to have his hooves trimmed, just like cutting your toenails. A horse will sometimes have shoes put on his hoof.

This is a man shoeing a horse.

horses love to run
Horses love to run.

Horses have long tails to swat flies that bug them, just like the cows.

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Sheep

live on farms

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Sheep produce wool. To get the wool the sheep are sheared. This means their wool coat is cut off. It doesn’t hurt the sheep.
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Sheep also have a stomach that is divided into four parts, just like the cow. They eat grass and grain and chew their cud as well.

Cud - food of a ruminant regurgitated to be chewed again.

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Sheep say Baa. They live in groups called flocks. This is because there is safety in numbers in the wild.
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Sheep and goats have hooves that are made up of two toes. They have to have their hooves trimmed, like the horse.
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Goats

live on farms

goats are more independent than sheep and like to be up high they love to climb on anything
Goats are more independent than sheep and like to be up high! They love to climb on anything!
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Daddy goats are called “billie goats”, mommy goats are called “nanny’s” and baby goats are called “kids”. Goats say “Maaa.”
goats are known for eating just about anything but they love grain hay and nice green leaves
Goats are known for eating just about anything. But they love grain, hay and nice green leaves.
we hope you enjoyed our trip down on the farm
We hope you enjoyed our trip Down on the Farm

Created by Cady Mercer, senior 2009 at Katy High

And Jan Mercer, ITF at Katy High

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