SCC’s Cow-Sim provides hands-on training


The SCC Animal Science Department recently received a cow dystocia simulator for educational training for students in the Applied Animal Science Program. The life-sized model cow has a full-sized calf with a realistic feel that weighs 50 pounds and can be placed in normal and abnormal positions in the cow to practice in the delivery of the calf. A calf-pulling device also comes with the model for students to be able to practice using the equipment before experiencing it in the pasture. The next Beef Production class at SCC will be held in the spring. Registration for spring classes begins Oct. 30.


The SCC Animal Science Department recently received a cow dystocia simulator for educational training for students in the Applied Animal Science Program. The life-sized model cow has a full-sized calf with a realistic feel that weighs 50 pounds and can be placed in normal and abnormal positions in the cow to practice in the delivery of the calf. A calf-pulling device also comes with the model for students to be able to practice using the equipment before experiencing it in the pasture. The next Beef Production class at SCC will be held in the spring. Registration for spring classes begins Oct. 30.

The SCC Animal Science Department recently received a cow dystocia simulator for educational training for students in the Applied Animal Science Program. The life-sized model cow has a full-sized calf with a realistic feel that weighs 50 pounds and can be placed in normal and abnormal positions in the cow to practice in the delivery of the calf. A calf-pulling device also comes with the model for students to be able to practice using the equipment before experiencing it in the pasture. The next Beef Production class at SCC will be held in the spring. Registration for spring classes begins Oct. 30.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_CowSim.jpgThe SCC Animal Science Department recently received a cow dystocia simulator for educational training for students in the Applied Animal Science Program. The life-sized model cow has a full-sized calf with a realistic feel that weighs 50 pounds and can be placed in normal and abnormal positions in the cow to practice in the delivery of the calf. A calf-pulling device also comes with the model for students to be able to practice using the equipment before experiencing it in the pasture. The next Beef Production class at SCC will be held in the spring. Registration for spring classes begins Oct. 30.
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