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AGRICULTURE FORM 1 UPDATED SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1-3

SCHEME  OF  WORK   FORM  ONE  AGRICULTURE  TERM  ONE

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RESOURCES

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REM.

1 -4

SELECTION &  INTAKE OF STUDENTS      

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1

 

 

 

2

INTRODUCTION

          TO

AGRICULTURE

 

Introduction.

 

 

 

Branches of Agriculture.

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able:

 

To define Agriculture as an art and a science.

 

 

To describe the branches of Agriculture.

 

 

 

Brainstorming:

Teacher elicits the definition of Agriculture.

Discussion- Branches of Agriculture: crop farming, livestock farming, Agricultural Economics, Agriculture Engineering, e.t.c.

 

 

 

 

Chart- Branches of Agriculture.

 

Livestock / Crop products.

 

 

 

   KLB

Pages 1-3

 

LONGHORN

Pages 1-2

 

CERT.AGRIC

Pages 1-3

 

 
3 Importance of Agriculture. To explain the importance of Agriculture. Brain storming, guided questions and detailed discussion. Livestock / Crop raw produce, industrial goods, flow charts.

 

CERT.AGRIC

Pages 3-4.

 

 
6 1 Problems facing Agriculture. To state and explain problems facing Agriculture and suggest possible solutions. Brain storming, guided questions and detailed discussion.   CERT.AGRIC

Page 4.

 

 
2 Farming Systems. To define a farming system.

To identify factors that affect choice of a farming system.

Teacher exposes the meaning of a farming system.

Discussion on factors that affect choice of a farming system.

 

  KLB

Pages 5-6

LONGHORN

Pages 6-7

CERT.AGRIC

Page 5

 
3

 

 

1

Farming systems in Kenya.

 

Intensive farming systems.

To describe various farming systems practised intensively.

 

To state advantages and disadvantages of each type of intensive farming.

Q/A & Discussion:

–        Arable farming.

–        Small-scale farming.

–        Subsistence farming

Q/A & Discussion:

-commercial farming.

-Intercropping.

 

   

LONGHORN

Pages 7-9

 

CERT.AGRIC

Page 6.

 
7
2,

 

 

 

3

Extensive farming systems.

 

 

Advantages and disadvantages of extensive farming system.

 

To describe various farming systems practised extensively.

 

To state advantages and disadvantages of each type of extensive farming.

Discussion:

–        Dairy farming

–        Large-scale farming

–        Ranching

–        Plantation farming.

 

Q/A and explanations.

 

 

Relevant photographs: plantations, ranches, dairy farms. KLB

Pages 5-6.

 

LONGHORN

Page 7.

 

 
8 1 Methods of farming.

 

Mixed farming.

To define mixed farming.

 

To state advantages and disadvantages of mixed farming.

Probing questions.

Discussion- factors favouring / militating against mixed farming.

 

  KLB

Pages 6,7,& 8

 

LONGHORN

Pages 9-13

 

 
2 Nomadic Pastoralism. To define nomadic pastoralism.

To state advantages and disadvantages of nomadic pastoralism.

 

Probing questions.

Discussion- factors favouring / militating against pastoralism.

  CERT. AGRIC

Pages 7-9

 
3 Shifting cultivation. To define shifting cultivation.

To state advantages and disadvantages of shifting cultivation.

 

Exposition;

Discussion.

  CERT. AGRIC

Pages 7-9

 
9 1
TEST
       
2 Organic farming.

 

 

 

 

Agroforestry.

To define organic farming.

To state advantages and disadvantages of organic farming.

To define agroforestry.

 

 

Probing questions.

Discussion: factors favoring / militating against organic farming / organic farming.

 

 

Specimens of organic manures.

Specimens of agroforestry trees,

Charts & photographs.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Pages 8-9

 
  3 FACTORS INFLUENCING AGRICULTURE

 

Human factors.

To explain the human factors influencing Agriculture. Detailed discussion and probing questions on: Health (emphasis on HIV/AIDS), education level, communication, economic development, marketing, government policies, e.t.c.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Data on HIV/AIDS.

 

 

 

 

K.L.B.

Pgs 11- 15

 
10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 Climatic factors.

 

– Rainfall.

To discuss at length influence of rainfall on Agriculture.

To identify farming practices that:

–        Reduce effects of water shortage.

–        Overcome effects of excess water.

 

Q/A and explanations about: rainfall i.e. lack of rainfall, excess rainfall, rainfall intensity, distribution and reliability.

Exposition and explanations.

Weather station instruments:

rain gauge.

 

KLB

Page 18

CERT.AGRIC

Page13

LONGHORN

Pgs 24-32.

 
2 – Temperature. To define cardinal temperature range, maximum and minimum temperature, optimum temperature.

To identify factors that cause temperature variations.

To explain ways in which plants/ animals overcome extreme temperatures.

 

Exposition and explanation.

Discussion and Q/A on; altitude, latitude, seasons, winds, clouds, slope, e.t.c.

Students highlight ways in which plants / animals overcome extreme temperatures, then the

teacher delves into the details.

Thermometers. KLB

Page 19.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 16.

 

LONGHORN

Pages 24-32.

 
3 – Light. To state functions of light.

To describe characteristics of light.

Q/A: Functions of light.

Exposition & Discussion: Light intensity, duration and wavelength.

 

 

 

  KLB

Page 21.

CERT. AGRIC

Page 18.

LONGHORN

Pgs 24-32.

 

 

 
11 1 – Wind and Relative Humidity. To identify effects of wind on agricultural production.

To explain relation between relative humidity and rate of evapotranspiration.

Q/A: Uses and nuisances of wind.

Exposition: Meaning of relative humidity.

Discussion: Relative humidity v/s rate of evapotranspiration.

 

  KLB

Page20.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 20.

 
2 Biotic factors. To explain effects of biotic factors on Agriculture. Q/A and explanations on effects of: pests, diseases, pathogens, predators, pollinators, bacteria, e.t.c. on Agriculture.

 

Wall charts / Sample pests and pollinators. KLB

Pages 16-17.

CERT. AGRIC

Pages 20-21.

LONGHORN

Pages 16-21.

 

 
3 Edaphic factors.

 

To define soil.

To state uses of soil.

To identify forms of weathering.

Q/A and explanation: definition of soil, its uses.

Exposition: Teacher exposes meaning of weathering and forms of weathering.

 

Soil / rock samples. KLB

Page 22.

CERT. AGRIC

Page 21.

LONGHORN

Pages 33-60

 
12 1 Soil profile. To define soil profile.

To represent soil profile diagrammatically.

To explain effects of soil profile on crop production.

Exposition – Definition.

Drawing and labelling soil horizons.

Explanation and questioning: soil horizons v/s crop production.

 

Chart – Soil profile. KLB

Page30.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Pages  27-28.

 

LONGHORN

Pages 33-60.

 
2 Soil constituents & sedimentation. To identify constituents of soil. Group experiments-To show soil sedimentation.

 

(Left overnight).

Measuring cylinder,

Water,

Sample of garden soil,

Sodium carbonate.

 

KLB

Pages 32-34.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 30.

 

 

 
3 Soil constituents & sedimentation. To explain the importance of the soil constituents. Discussion: Constituents of soil and importance of each constituent.   LONGHORN

Pages 33-60.

 
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  END  OF  TERM  ONE ASSESSMENT TEST  
 

 

 

 

SCHEME  OF  WORK   FORM  ONE  AGRICULTURE  TERM  ONE  2011

 WK

NO

L/

NO

TOPIC/

SUBTOPIC

LESSON / SPECIFIC

OBJECTIVES

TEACHING / LEARNING

ACTIVITIES

MATERIALS

/

RESOURCES

REF.

REM.

1 1,2 Soil texture. To define soil texture.

To identify textural classes of soil.

To identify types of soils.

Group experiment- Mechanical analysis of soil.

Discuss the results.

Expose meaning of soil texture.

Sieve meshes of different diameters,

Beakers,

Garden soil,

Weighing balance.

 

 

KLB

Pages 46-49.

CERT.AGRIC

Page 38.

LONGHORN

Pages 33-60.

 
3 Water retention of soils. To describe an experiment to show:

–        Water retention of soils.

–        Capillary rates of different soils.

Group experiments.

Discussion of observations.

Sandy, Loam,

Clay soil

Cotton wool

Funnels

Stop watches

Rulers

Measuring cylinders.

 

 

KLB

Pages 52-53.

CERT. AGRIC

Page 46.

 
2 1 Effect of soil water holding properties on crop production. To explain the effects of soil water holding properties on crop production. Q/A and explanation about soil aeration and drainage and their influences on growth of crops.

 

  KLB

Pages 52-53.

CERT. AGRIC

Page 46.

 
2,3 Soil structure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To define soil structure.

To identify types of soil structure.

To identify mans influence on soil structure.

To explain effects of soil structure on crops.

Detailed discussion.

Drawing of diagram- soil horizons.

Q/A: Man’s influence on soil structure.

Q/A: Soil structure v/s Crop production.

 

 

Chart- soil structure forms. KLB

Page 41.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 40.

 

LONGHORN

Pages 33-60

 
3

 

1-2 Soil chemical properties. To describe chemical properties of soil.

To explain the influence of chemical properties of soils on crop production.

Teacher exposes new concepts e.g. carbon acid in the soil.

Group experiments – Soil pH ranges.

Discuss the observations.

Explanations and questioning.

 

 

Litmus papers,

Bromothymol blue,

Universal indicator, pH meters.

 

KLB

Page 55.

 

LONGHORN

Pages 33-60.

 
 

 

 

3

FARM TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

 

Crop production tools.

To distinguish farm tools from farm equipment.

To identify farm tools and equipment and state their uses.

 

 

Drawing garden tools.

 

Identifying real tools, such as pruning fork, leveling boards, knap-sack sprayer, soil auger, e.t.c

 

 

Chart – Tools that are not common.

 

 

.

KLB

Pages  59-63.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Pages 48-52

 

LONGHORN

Pages 62-63

 
4 1 Classification of farm tools and equipment.

 

Maintenance of farm tools and equipment

To classify tools on basis of their uses.

 

To state practices of maintenance of the tools.

 

  Common farm tools, school farm KLB

Pages  59-63.

CERT. AGRIC

Pages 48-52

LONGHORN

Pages 62-63

 
2,3 Livestock production tools and equipments. To identify livestock production tools and equipment.

To state purposes of livestock production tools and equipment.

To label diagrams of important tools.

To state practices of maintenance of the tools.

 

Drawing/ identifying the elastrator, hoof trimmer, strip cup, teeth clipper, drenching gun, chaff cutter, dehorning wire, bolus gun and others.

Discussion: Maintenance practices of identified parts of the tools.

Chart-Uncommon tools: elastrator, hoof trimmer, strip cup, teeth clipper, drenching gun, chaff cutter, dehorning wire, bolus gun and others. KLB

Pages 63-75.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Pages 54-59.

 

LONGHORN

Pgs 63-73.

 
5 1,2 Workshop tools and equipment. To identify common workshop tools and equipments.

To identify practices of maintaining the workshop.

To state general safety precautions to be observed in a work shop.

Drawing / identifying

Common workshop tools/ masonry tools: saws, planes, hammers, pliers, spoke shave, files, rasps, G-clamp, tin snip, e.t.c

Q/A: Maintenance practices.

 

Saws, planes, hammers, pliers, spoke shave, files, rasps, G-clamp, tin snip KLB

Pages 94-97.

 

 
3 Measuring tools. To identify common measurement tools and equipments.

To identify practices of maintaining the measuring tools.

Drawing / identifying common measurement tools: tape measure, plumb bob, T-square, spirit level, marking gauge.

 

Common measurement tools: tape measure, plumb bob, T-square, spirit level, marking gauge.

 

KLB

Pages 82-85.

 
6 1,2 TEST & MID TERM BREAK
3 CROP PRODUCTION   1

Land Clearing.

To explain importance of land clearing.

To identify tools for land clearing..

 

 

Brainstorming,

Q/A & Discussion.

 

 

Tools / photographs of tools used in land clearing.

KLB

Page 109.

CERT.  AGRIC.

Page 81.

 

 
7 1 Land preparation.

 

 

 

To explain importance of land preparation.

To identify methods of land preparation.

To identify tools for land preparation.

 

 

 

Brainstorming,

Q/A & Discussion.

 

 

Tools / photographs of tools used in land prep.

   
2,3 Primary cultivation.

 

– Hand cultivation.

To state advantages and disadvantages of hand cultivation.

To relate hand cultivation to correct tools and equipment.

Q/A: Advantages and disadvantages of the cultivation methods discussed.

 

Discussion: Choice of equipment for primary cultivation.

 

Tools / photographs of tools used in hand cultivation. KLB

Page 106.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 77-78.

 

LONGHORN

Page 103.

 

 
8 1,2 Secondary cultivation. To state aims of secondary cultivation.

To state factors affecting number of secondary cultivation carried out.

To identify implements used during secondary cultivation.

 

Q/A: Definition of secondary cultivation, factors affecting number of secondary cultivations, etc.

 

Discussion: Implements used during secondary cultivation.

School farm,

 

Chart showing harrows.

KLB

Page109-110.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 84-85.

LONGHORN

Page 110.

 

 
3 Minimum tillage. To define minimum tillage.

To give reasons for carrying out minimum tillage.

To state advantages and disadvantages of minimum tillage.

 

Teacher exposes the meaning of minimum tillage.

 

Q/A and explanations: Advantages and disadvantages of minimum tillage.

 

 

  KLB

Page 112-113.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 85.

 

LONG HORN

Page103.

 
9 1,2 Tertiary operations. To identify tertiary operations carried out in the field.

To state importance of some tertiary operations.

To relate required soil tilth to the type of tertiary operations carried out.

 

Discussion: Ridging, rolling and leveling and their importance. Chart / photographs showing ridgers, rollers, levelers. KLB

Pages 110-111.

 

LONG HORN

Page 86.

 

 
 

 

 

 

3

 

 

WATER SUPPLY, IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE

 

Uses of water in a farm.

 

 

 

 

 

To state uses of water in a farm.

 

 

 

 

 

Q/A and brief explanations.

Written assignment.

 

 

 

 

Photographs of dams, boreholes, springs and gutters.

 

 

 

KLB

Pages 117-120.

CERT. AGRIC.

Pages 89-92.

LONGHORN

Page 114.

 

 

 

 

 
10 1 Sources of water in a farm. To identify sources of water in a farm.

 

 

Q/A and brief explanations.

Written assignment.

otographs of dams, boreholes, springs and gutters. KLB

Pages 117-120.

CERT. AGRIC.

Pages 89-92.

LONGHORN

Page 114.

 

 
2 Water collection and piping, To describe water collection, and piping. Assignment method / group discussion.   KLB

Pages 120-121.

CERT. AGRIC.

Page 94.

LONGHORN

Page 114.

 
3 Storage and treatment of water. To describe water storage and treatment.

 

 

       
11 1 Irrigation. To identify aims of irrigation.

To explain choice of irrigation equipment.

To state methods of irrigation.

 

Brief discussion.   KLB

Pages 129-134.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Pages 101-104.

 

LONGHORN

Pages  114-124.

 
2,3 Methods of irrigation. To describe methods of irrigation.

To state advantages of overhead irrigation over surface irrigation.

To explain economic importance of irrigation.

 

Probing questions and discussion. Illustrative charts- Methods of irrigation.    
12 1 Drainage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

To describe methods of water drainage.

 

 

Probing questions and discussion. Illustrative charts- Methods of drainage. KLB

Page 136.

CERT. AGRIC

Pages 108-109.

LONGHORN

Page 133.

 
2,3 Water pollution. To identify agricultural practices that can lead to water pollution.

To identify practices that can reduce water pollution.

 

Q/A: Identifying water pollutants and methods of pollution control. Samples of water pollutants & polluted water. KLB

Page 139.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 110.

 

LONGHORN

Page 137

 
 

 

END  OF  TERM  TWO ASSESSMENT TEST

 

 

 

SCHEME  OF  WORK   FORM  ONE  AGRICULTURE  TERM  THREE  2011

 WK

NO

L/

NO

TOPIC/

SUBTOPIC

LESSON / SPECIFIC

OBJECTIVES

TEACHING / LEARNING

ACTIVITIES

MATERIALS

/

RESOURCES

REF.

REM.

1 1,2 SOIL FERTILITY

 

Characteristics of a fertile soil.

To identify characteristics of a fertile soil.

To describe ways in which soil fertility is lost.

To state ways of improving soil fertility.

 

Q/A and explanations.

Brief discussion.

Samples of fertile soil, eroded soil, KLB

Page 142.

 

CERT.AGRIC

Page112.

LONGHORN

Page 140.

 
3 Organic manures. To identify role of organic manure in crop production.

To state types of organic manures.

 

Q/A and explanations.

 

 

  KLB

Pages146-147.

 

LONGHORN

Pgs 143-145.

 
2 1,2 Methods of making organic manure. To describe methods of making organic manure. Discussion: Compost manure, green manure, FYM.

Procedure of making manure.

Compost manure, green manure, FYM. KLB

Pages 149-150.

CERT.AGRIC

Page 114-116.

LONGHORN

Pages 146-148.

 
3 Quality of FYM. To state factors influencing quality of FYM. Detailed discussion.

Q/A: Proper storage of FYM.

 

FYM. KLB

Page 149.

CERT.AGRIC

Page116.

 
3 1 LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION I

Importance of livestock.

 

Livestock types and breeds.

 

 

 

 

To state the importance of livestock.

To define the terms livestock breed and livestock type.

 

 

 

 

Q/A

Exposition:  Definition of livestock breeds and types.

 

 

 

Livestock products and by-products.

KLB

Page 155.

 

CERT.AGRIC

Page 118.

 

LONGHORN

Page 152.

 
2 Dairy cattle. To identify key parts of a cow.

To identify characteristics of dairy cattle.

To describe various breeds of dairy cattle.

 

Drawing and labeling a cow.

 

Q/A: Characteristics of dairy cattle.

 

Chart- key parts of a cow. KLB

Page 159

 

CERT.AGRIC

Page120.

 
3,

 

 

 

1

Breeds of dairy cattle. To describe common breeds of dairy cattle. Brief discussion: characteristics, origin of – Jersey, Guernsey, Friesian, Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, e.t.c.

 

Wall chart: breeds of dairy cows. KLB

Pages 159-162.

CERT.AGRIC

Pages 120-122.

LONGHORN

Pages152.

 
4
2 Beef cattle. To identify major parts of a beef animal.

To identify general characteristics of beef cattle.

 

Drawing and labeling a beef cow. Charts- a beef animal.

 

KLB

Pages 162-163.

 

CERT.AGRIC

Pages123-127.

 
3,

 

 

 

1

Breeds of beef cattle. To describe various breeds of beef cattle Brief discussion: Hereford, Aberdeen Angus, Charolais, and Galloway. Wall chart-Beef cattle KLB

Pages 163-164.

CERT.AGRIC

Pages 123-127.

 
5
  2 Dual-purpose cattle. To identify dual-purpose cattle breeds (both exotic and indigenous).

To state characteristics of dual-purpose cattle breeds.

 

Discuss characteristics of Sahiwal, Red Poll and Zebu (East African Zebu). Photographs of dual-purpose cattle breeds. KLB

Pages164-165.

CERT.AGRIC

Pages

127-128.

 
3,

 

 

 

 

1

Sheep.

 

Breeds of wool sheep.

To name the key parts of a sheep.

To name breeds of wool sheep.

To state characteristics of each bread of wool sheep.

 

 

 

Identifying and stating characteristics of Merino sheep, Rambouillet, Suffolk.

Chart- key parts of a sheep.

 

Wall chart- Breeds of wool sheep.

 

KLB

Page 174

CERT.AGRIC

Page 129-133.

LONGHORN

Page164.

 
6
2 Mutton sheep breeds. To name breeds of mutton sheep.

To state characteristics of each bread of mutton sheep.

 

Identifying and stating characteristics of the Dorper, Black head Persian sheep, Masai sheep, Somali sheep. Wall chart- Breeds of mutton sheep.

 

 

 

KLB

Pages 176-177.

CERT.AGRIC

Page 132.

 
3 Dual-purpose sheep. To name breeds of dual-purpose sheep.

To state characteristics of each bread of dual-purpose sheep.

 

Assignment method: Stating characteristics of Romney Marsh, Corriedale, and Hampshire Down. Wall chart: dual-purpose sheep breeds. KLB

Page 178.

 

CERT.AGRIC

Pages133-134

 

 
7 1 Breeds of meat goats. To name and state characteristics of breeds of meat goats.

 

Highlight the characteristics of: Galla goat, Boar goat.      
2 Breeds of milk goats.

 

 

To name and state characteristics of breeds of milk goats.

To state characteristics of Angora goat.

Highlight the characteristics of: Toggenburg goat, Saanen, Jamnapuri goat, e.t.c.

Highlight the characteristics of Angora goat.

 

Wall chart- milk and meat goats. KLB

Page 180.

CERT.AGRIC

Pages 135-137.

LONGHORN

Page 169.

 
3 Pig breeds. To name key parts of a pig.

To identify breeds of pigs and their characteristics.

Highlight briefly the characteristics of Large White, Ladrace, Hampshire and others.

 

 

Chart- Key parts of a pig

Wall chart- Major pig breeds.

 

 

KLB

Pages 166-171.

CERT. AGRIC

Pages

139-140.

LONGHORN

Page 174.

 
8 1 C.A.T.          
2 Breeds of rabbits. To name key parts of a rabbit.

To identify breeds of rabbits and their characteristics.

Briefly discuss the typical conformation and characteristics of New Zealand White, the California White, the Chinchilla and Earlops.

 

Chart- Key parts of a rabbit

Wall chart- Rabbit breeds.

 

KLB

Pages 184-185.

CERT. AGRIC.

Pages 141-143.

LONGHORN

Page 183.

 
3,

 

 

1

Chicken breeds. To name key parts of a chicken.

To list characteristics of pure breeds of chicken

 

Drawing and labelling.

Assignment method:

Leghorn, Rhode Island Red, Australop, Light Sussex, Plymouth Rock, e.t.c.

 

Chart – Key parts of a chicken. KLB

Pages 172-174.

CERT. AGRIC.

Pages 143-146.

 

LONGHORN

Page 178.

 
9
2 Chicken hybrids. To state advantages of hybrids over pure breeds.

 

Q/A & brief discussion.      
3 Camel breeds. To identify the two major camel breeds. Exposition;

Discussion;

Excursion.

 

Photographs of camel breeds. KLB

Pages 185-186.

CERT. AGRIC.

Pages 185-186.

LONGHORN

Page 182.

 

 
10 1 AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 1

 

Introduction.

 

To define the terms Economics and Agricultural Economics.

Probing questions and discussion.   KLB

Page 189.

 

CERT. AGRIC

Page 149.

 

LONGHORN

Page 190.

 
2 Basic economic principles. To explain basic concepts of economics. Discussion at length on the following: scarcity and choice, opportunity cost, preference and choice.

 

  KLB

Pages 189-190.

CERT. AGRIC

Page 150.

LONGHORN

Page 190.

 
3 Importance of Farm records. To describe the importance of keeping accurate up-to-date farm records.

 

Q/A and explanation of importance of farm records. Specimen farm records. KLB

Pages 190-191.

CERT. AGRIC

Page 150.

LONGHORN

Pages 192-194.

 
11 1 Types of farm records.

Inventory and financial records.

To describe inventory records and financial records. Probing questions and discussion. Samples of records / charts. KLB

Page 192.

CERT. AGRIC

Page 152.

LONGHORN

Page 160.

 
2 Labour records and production records. To describe labour records and production records, and their components. Probing questions and discussion. Labour records and production records. KLB

Page 198, &192.

CERT.AGRIC.

Page 152.

LONGHORN

Page 160.

 

 
3 Livestock Production Records.

 

Breeding records.

 

To identify components of animal breeding records.

 

Q/A: Components of breeding records.

Group work:

– Components of breeding records of a cow in tabular form.

-Components of breeding records of a sow.

 

 

 

 

Livestock breeding records.

 

 

KLB

Page 194.

CERT.AGRIC

Page 154.

LONGHORN

Page 200.

 

 
12 1 Feeding records.

 

Health records.

To explain importance of feeding records.

To represent feeding details in tabular form.

To identify details of animal health records.

 

Probing questions and discussion. Chart – Sample of animal health record. KLB

Page 196-197.

 

CERT. AGRIC.

Page 158-159.

 

 
2,3 Livestock production records. To state importance of keeping accurate livestock production records.

To identify necessary details of livestock production records.

 

Discussion: Milk production record/ egg production record.

 

Practical activity- Design milk production / egg production records.

 

 

 

Livestock production records. KLB

Page 192.

CERT. AGRIC.

Page 152.

LONGHORN

Page 160.

 
     
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