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University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1942-1944

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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
                          POULTRY HUSBANDRY
 PROFESSORS HALPIN, chairman, HAYES; ASSISTANT PROFESSORS ANNIN, CRAVENS,
 MCGIBBON.
 Students majoring in poultry husbandry may prepare for commercial poultry
farm-
 ing, for one of the various lines of commercial work with which poultry
husbandry
 is related, or for educational work in extension, instruction or research.
 Students preparing for educational work along the more scientific lines
should elect
 Chemistry 120, Biochem. 110, Zoology 105 and 109. Not to exceed five credits
from
 the following courses may be counted as a portion of the major requirements
in poultry
 husbandry: Veterinary Science 120, Animal Husbandry 126, Biochem. 110, Agricultural
 Economics 127, Agricultural Economics 128, Genetics 105.
 1. POULTRY RAISING. I;, 3 cr. A general survey course designed to give the
student
 an understanding of the problems in poultry raising. Mr. Cravens, Mr. McGibbon.
 8. MARKETING POULTRY PRODUCTS. I; 3 cr. A study of the facts that tend to
produce
 quality in market poultry and eggs. Mqthods of preparing and marketing poultry
and
 eggs. Mr. Annin.
 100. THESIS. Yr; 2 cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent of instructor.
 Staff.
 102. POULTRY FEEDS AND FEEDING. I; 3 cr. Poultry feeds and formulation of
poultry
 rations with special reference to the mineral, protein and vitamin requirements.
Pre-
 requisite: Poultry Husb. 1. Offered 1942-43 and alternate years. Mr. Halpin,
Mr.
 Cravens.
 105. HATCHERY MANAGEMENT. II; 3 cr. Factors influencing fertility and hatch-
 ability of eggs; practical chick-embryology; brooding requirements of baby
chicks;
 cost of production and methods of marketing. Prerequisite: Poultry Husb.
1. Offered
 1943-44 and alternate years. Mr. Cravens, Mr. McGibbon.
 106. POULTRY JUDGING. I; 3 cr. Origin, history, and points of excellence
of the
 various breeds and varieties of poultry. Inheritance of common characters
in poultry.
 Prerequisite: Poultry Husb. I or Genetics I or consent of instructor. Offered
1943-44
 and alternate years. Mr. Halpin, Mr. McGibbon.
 107. ADVANCED POULTRY MANAGEMENT. II; 3 cr. Influences of recent investigations
 in poultry husbandry as they affect modern methods of feeding, housing,
breeding, care
 and management of poultry. Prerequisite: Poultry Husb. 1. Offered 1942-43
and
 alternate years. Mr. Halpin.
 180. SPECIAL PROBLEMS. I, II; *cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent
of
 instructor. Staff.
 200. RESEARCH. Yr; *cr. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of
instructor.
 Staff.
                            RURAL SOCIOLOGY
PROFESSOR KOLB, chairman; ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS BARTON, HILL, WILEDEN; INSTRUC-
TORS ANDERSEN, STENEHJEM.
  There are two ways in which students may work in this field. First, a program
leading to a full major and preparing for teaching, research, or extension
work may
be arranged. In such a plan 10 credits should be taken in the department
and 5
credits selected in any one of the following departments: Agricultural Economics,
Agricultural Education, Agricultural Journalism, Horticulture, Home Economics,
or
Sociology in the College of Letters and Science. Credits thus chosen in Letters
and
Science may count toward the major, but shall not be counted as a portion
of the
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