Agricultural Production II is designed to provide students a more in depth study into agricultural production. Students learn terminology, principles, and practices used in the agricultural production industry.
The Agricultural Production II course focuses on
The basic scientific principles and processes related to the production of plants and animals.
Supervised Agricultural Experience
Livestock and poultry Reproductive systems as well as breeding programs and genetics
Agronomy (crops and soils)
Asset management and finances
Knowledge and application of shop safety rules
Proper uses of tools, materials and machinery
Metal skills including arc welding and Oxy - fuel welding
Learning construction materials and tools
Agricultural Production ii also includes agricultural leadership, public speaking, job planning and interviewing skills.