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Updated On: Jul 18, 2022
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5. Energize your livestock Summary:In Episode 5, Dr. Phillips discusses what energy is, how it is measured, and why livestock need energy.Topics in This Episode:Define energyDefine measures of energyIntroduce next podcast
2. Which came first, the diet or the digestive system? Summary:In Episode 2, Dr. Phillips discusses the various digestive systems our livestock have and how that impacts our feeding choices.Topics in This Episode:·      Classification of digestive systems·      Basic functions of digestive system components·      Define how diet and digestive system interact·      Introduce next podcast
1. Introduction Summary:Meet Dr. Celina Phillips, an animal nutritionist who teaches animal science at California State University, Chico in northern California.  In Episode 1, Dr. Phillips discusses the format and goals for the podcast in the future.  Future topics will include understanding key concepts for nutrition, reproduction, and selection in livestock.  Dr. Phillips will outline the importance of understanding basic concepts in livestock production.  She will wrap up with the importance of proper animal feeding and what “signposts” can be used by producers to evaluate feeding program effectiveness.Topics in This Episode:·      Outline the structure and goals of the podcast·      Importance to learn about the science of livestock production·      Define importance of proper animal feeding·      Explain “signposts” in animal feeding·      Introduce next podcast
3. A feed is just a feed, isn't it? Summary:In Episode 3, Dr. Phillips discusses the International Feed Numbering system and the 8 major categories of feeds for livestock.  These classes of feeds will provide the foundation for ration formulation for various livestock species.Topics in This Episode:Importance of IFNDefine the 8 classes of feedsProvide examples of common feeds for each classIntroduce the livestock “food pyramid” conceptNext EpisodeNext episode, I will dig into feed labels, what information is required and what that information can tell you!References or Resources:California State University, Chico, College of Agriculture.  “Formulating Dairy Cow Rations”.  2018. University of Minnesota Dairy Extension. Available online at Free Music: “Return Home” by Andrew Skoch Design ( 
4. When is a feed label is more than a feed label? Summary:In Episode 4, Dr. Phillips discusses what is required by law to be on feed labels as well as how you, as a producer, can learn by reading feed labels.Topics in This Episode:Define regulatory agencies that oversee feed labelDefine factors required on a feed label Outline how to interpret the feed labelIntroduce next podcast Next EpisodeNext episode, I will explain the concept of energy, how energy is defined and measured in livestock feeds.References or Resources:Association of American Feed Control Officials website: Feeds website: State University, Chico, College of Agriculture. Royalty Free Music: “Return Home” by Andrew Skoch Design (