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Welcome To The Farm. By Joya Hill. Each Animal Has Slides About. Use – What they are used for? Birth – Live, egg Shelter – Where do they live? Food – What do they eat? Covering – Hide, fur, wool, feathers?. Buttons To Move You. Pig Horse Goat Sheep Chicken Rabbit

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    1. Welcome To The Farm By Joya Hill

    2. Each Animal Has Slides About • Use – What they are used for? • Birth – Live, egg • Shelter – Where do they live? • Food – What do they eat? • Covering – Hide, fur, wool, feathers?

    3. Buttons To Move You Pig Horse Goat Sheep Chicken Rabbit Cattle Mule Dog Cat

    4. Pig (Use) • Many parts of the pig can be used. • We eat their meat. • We use their hide. Pig Button

    5. Pig (Birth) • When the sow is ready to give birth, she has a litter of piglets. • The sow has live, multiple births. Pig Button

    6. Pig (Shelter) • Pigs might live inside of this barn. • They might also be outside in a pig pen. • You might even call their home a sty. Pig Button

    7. Pig (Food) • Pigs eat ground up grain. • Some farmers make a mash for their pigs. • Don’t forget to give them water. • Some even like treats of cookies. Pig Button

    8. Pig (Covering) • Pigs have hide covering their bodies. • They also have 4 legs with 4 soft hooves. Pig Button

    9. Horse (Use) • Transportation - Saddle up for a ride, or hitch to a buggy • Pet – something to love • Tool – a horse is used by a cowboy to work on a ranch Horse Button

    10. Horse (Birth) • They have a live birth. • Mainly a single birth. • Mares wait until night when it is very still to give birth. Horse Button

    11. Horse (Shelter) • You can find a horse in a few places on the farm. • In the pasture, corral, stable, or even a barn. • Maybe just under a shade tree. Horse Button

    12. Horse (Food) • Horses need hay, alfalfa, oat, or grass. • They like grain also. • Pasture is good. • Don’t forget water and salt blocks. Horse Button

    13. Horse (Covering) • A horse has a mane and tail. • They have 4 legs and hard hooves. • Hide covers their body. Horse Button

    14. Goat (Use) • Milk • Meat • As a pet • In a rodeo for a timed event. Goat Button

    15. Goat (Birth) • Nanny’s give birth to kids. • They can be a single birth, or even a multiple. Goat Button

    16. Goat (Shelter) • You can find a goat just about anywhere on the farm. • Barn, pasture, or corral. • Even places you don’t want one. Goat Button

    17. Goat (Food) • Hay, alfalfa, oat, grass. • Straw • Grain • Don’t forget the water. Goat Button

    18. Goat (Covering) • Goats have 4 legs with soft hooves. • Hide covers their bodies. • Some goats even have horns. Goat Button

    19. Sheep (Use) • Some sheep are bred for meat production. • Some sheep are bred for wool production. Sheep Button

    20. Sheep (Birth) • Ewe’s give birth to live lambs. • Sometimes they are single births. • They might have twins, or even triplets. • A yearling ewe might not give birth. Sheep Button

    21. Sheep (Shelter) • At our house, the sheep live in a corral, and they also go in the pasture. • Some are in a barn. • Ours find a roof in the corner of their corral. Sheep Button

    22. Sheep (Food) • They will eat hay, alfalfa, or grass. • Pasture is nice. • Grain, depending on their age. • Don’t forget their water and salt. Sheep Button

    23. Sheep (Covering) • All sheep have wool to their bodies. • They have four legs and 4 soft hooves. Sheep Button

    24. Chicken (Use) • Egg production • Meat • Feathers Chicken Button

    25. Chicken (Birth) • Chickens lay many eggs. • Some hatch out chicks. • Some eggs are for us to eat. Chicken Button

    26. Chicken (Shelter) • Poultry Pen • Chicken Coop • Barnyard • Barn Chicken Button

    27. Chicken (Food) • Grain • Fish meal • Soybean meal • Bugs • Water too! Chicken Button

    28. Chicken (Covering) • Feathers • Combs • 2 legs with claws Chicken Button

    29. Rabbit (Use) • Rabbits make great pets. • They can be used for their fur. • Also meat production. Rabbit Button

    30. Rabbit (Birth) • Doe’s give birth to multiple babies. • You need to watch the doe with her babies, she might eat them. Rabbit Button

    31. Rabbit (Shelter) • You might see them hopping around the yard. • Rabbit Hutch or cage. • We have one in our classroom. Rabbit Button

    32. Rabbit (Food) • Hay, not too much though. • Pellets • Water • They like treats of dried bread. • Thumper likes carrots also. Rabbit Button

    33. Rabbits (Covering) • They have 4 legs great for hopping. • Fur • 2 long ears (one of Thumpers droops) Rabbit Button

    34. Cattle (Use) • Dairy Cattle are for milk, meat,hide, and many byproducts. • Beef Cattle are for meat, hide, and many byproducts. Cattle Button

    35. Cattle (Birth) • Cows give birth to either single calves or twins. • The births are mainly single. Cattle Button

    36. Cattle (Shelter) • Dairy cattle can be found in barns and corrals. • Beef cattle can be found in corrals, pastures, or the range. Cattle Button

    37. Cattle (Food) • Both Beef and Dairy cattle eat the same thing. • Hay, grass, grain, water and salt blocks. Cattle Button

    38. Cattle (Covering) • All cattle have hide to cover their bodies. • They have 4 legs and 4 hooves. • Some can have horns on their heads. Cattle Button

    39. Mule (Use) • Like a horse, for transportation. • As a pet. • To pack with. • I used to work my mule just like a horse on the ranch. Mule Button

    40. Mule (Birth) • A mule is a cross between a Mare and a Jackass. • The mare gives birth to a single mule foal. • It could be a twin. But that is rare. Mule Button

    41. Mule (Shelter) • Where you can find the horse on the farm, you can find a mule. • Barn, pasture, or corral. Mule Button

    42. Mule (Food) • Remember what the horse needs to eat? A mule does also. • Hay, grain, grass, water and a salt block. Mule Button

    43. Mule (Covering) • LONG EARS • 4 legs with 4 hard hooves. • Hide Mule Button

    44. Dog (Use) • As a great pet • Watch dog • Work dog on the farm, herding sheep or cattle. • Might even herd the chickens. Dog Button

    45. Dog (Birth) • Live • Can be a single, but mostly they have multiples Dog Button

    46. Dog (Shelter) • Kennel • Barn • House • In your yard Dog Button

    47. Dog (Food) • Processed food • Meat • Bones • Don’t forget water! Dog Button

    48. Dog (Covering) • 4 legs with paws • Fur • Can be called a short hair dog • Long or short tail Dog Button

    49. Cat (Use) • Pet • Barnyard worker Cat Button

    50. Cat (Birth) • Live – can be a single, mainly multiple though Cat Button