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Sheep Skillathon

2010 Score Sheet use this link to find out what you need to know for Skillathon in 2010

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Sheep Skillathon
Potential Subject Areas by Age Group

Web Page Section

Topic

Age Group

A

Part Identification

Jr. & above

B

Breeds

Photo ID

Jr. & above

Facts about

Intermediate & above

C

Cuts of Meats

Primal Cuts

Jr. & above

Retail Cuts

Intermediate & above

 

Leg Structure

Intermediate & above

 

Jaw Structure

Intermediate & above

 

Skeleton

Sr. only

F

Feed

Reading Feed Tag

Jr. & above

Feed Sample ID

Intermediate & above

 

Medication

Jr. & above

 

Sheep Teeth

Jr. & above

E

Wool

Intermediate & above

 

Digestive System

Parts ID

Intermediate & above

Purpose of Each Part

Sr. only

D

Tools

ID & Use

Intermediate & above

 

Diseases

Sr. only

 

Project Record Book

Everyone

 

Age/experience levels

Junior

at least 8 yrs to 11 yrs old or First year with project

Intermediate

at least 12 yrs to 14 yrs old

Senior

at least 15 yrs and above

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A. Parts of the Lamb

Learn the Parts Learn the Parts
a Test Yourself Test Yourself
 

B. Sheep Breeds

Learn the Breeds
 

C. Cuts of Meat

Learn the Cuts Learn the Cuts
 

D. Sheep Tools

Learn the names of tools Learn the names of tools
 

E. Sheep Wool

Learn Wool Terms Learn Wool Terms
 

F. Sheep Feed

Learn the Feeds Learn the Feeds
Learn about Feed Tags Learn about Feed Tags
 

G. Other web sites on sheep

List of other web sites
Feed and Animal Nutrition Web Sites

last page update: April 1, 2014

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