118.705 Decision Making with Animal Health Data (15 credits)

This course covers topics related to utilising health and economic data to make decisions around the control of animal health. The focus is on applying the principles of production monitoring, information management and decision-making processes at farm level in a practical way. A broader context is provided of the structure and operation of veterinary services, industry-level process control, and the importance of animal health economics.

Requirements Requirements help

Note: You may enrol in a postgraduate course (that is a 700-, 800- or 900-level course) if you meet the prerequisites for that course and have been admitted to a qualification which lists the course in its schedule.

Expected prior learning Requirements help

  • Students are expected to understand New Zealand farming systems including dairy, beef, sheep and deer. Those with limited understanding are advised to familiarise themselves with relevant content in Livestock Production in New Zealand in: Stafford K (Ed). Livestock Production in New Zealand. Massey Press, Palmerston North, 2017

Offerings Offerings help

Year Semester Mode Location
2021 Semester Two full semester Block Manawatu Campus
2022 Semester Two full semester Block Manawatu Campus