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ANSC 2330 - Horse Management Science F (3-0) [0.50]

An introduction to horse management designed to give those with an interest in the various segments of the horse industry a strong scientific basis for production and management decisions. The course includes study of the evolution of our current industry, the biology of growth, performance and management of the equine athlete. The evaluation of conformation as it relates to performance as well as aspects of behaviour, nutrition, reproduction and genetics consistent with the level of the course are included.


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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : June 6, 2011

Comment :
I didn't find this course that bad, got an 86. The key is to do well on the midterm, which does require you to study. Old midterms are somewhat helpful to know the format and how much she wants in your answers. The group project isn't hard, as long as you have put some work into it. The final also required you to study. The worst part of this class is Laura Graham.


Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : March 5, 2011

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Worst class EVER. Interesting if you're a horsey kind of person but it's very difficult to enjoy a class when you know the professor can and will test you on the most nit picky fact possible. Everything she emphasized in class was nowhere to be found on the midterm or final. Professor doesn't know the answer to the simplest questions and isn't one to look it up and get back to you at the next lecture to give you an answer. Group project at the end which we all know never works out like it should and the midterm was horrendous. The only fair part of the course was the final.


Posted By : Nicole
Posted On : March 3, 2011

Comment :
A pretty good class over all. For the group presentation you are assigned groups with no choice. Make sure you attend lecture. There are things that the prof says in class with emphasis that are not in the notes and they do show up in examinations! It is surprising that there is a guest lecture for the reproduction section considering the prof's area or research is reproduction (in exotics not in horses however).


Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : January 28, 2011

Comment :
This is a blank comment, who would do that?