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Dr. Martha T. Moen

Agriculture
Assistant Professor of Animal Science

229.391.4822
mthomas@abac.edu
Ag Sciences 109


Educational Background

Texas A&M University Ph.D. Agronomy

University of Florida M.S. Extension

University of Florida B.S. Animal Sciences (Beef Cattle)

Resources

ASLH 2010

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INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL SCIENCE. 3 hours. Prerequisite: Exemption from or successful completion of READ 0099. A study of basic principles of animal genetics, selection, nutrition, growth, reproduction and lactation. Economic importance of livestock and poultry are emphasized.

ASLH 3110

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FOOD ANIMAL EVALUATION AND SELECTION. Prerequisite: ASLH 2010 and BIOL 1107/BIOL 1107L with a grade of “C” or higher. Students will learn the factors affecting the value of market and breeding beef cattle and swine, and learn the process of predicting genetic differences and product differences among a population. Problem solving and decision making will be utilized. Fall odd years.

ASLH 4890

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ABAC Livestock Judging. Class is a fall and spring commitment reserved for upper classman that have taken or are currently taking Food Animal Evaluation. The class offers students the opportunity to become efficient at livestock evaluation and compete in collegiate livestock judging events. Fall and Spring each year.

ASLH 3318

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Physiology of Reproduction Prerequisite: ASLH 2010 and BIOL 1107/BIOL 1107L all with a grade of “C” or higher. Principles of reproduction in farm animals including factors related to the estrous cycle, gestation/pregnancy, lactation, gametogenesis, fertilization, and parturition. Spring.

ASLH 4110

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Meat Production, Processing and Marketing Prerequisite: ASLH 2010, and BIOL 1107/BIOL 1107L all with a grade of “C” or higher. Integrated studies of the science, technology and management involved in the utilization of livestock for human food with an emphasis on meat value, processing, merchandising, wholesomeness and consumption. Spring.