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Six ACHS students earn Elanco animal sciences certification

For many students, this can be the starting point for a successful career in the animal science industry.
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By Grant Robertson, FFA Reporter
Adair County High School FFA Chapter

Six students from Adair County High school are the first students in Kentucky to achieve the Elanco Fundamentals of Animal Science Certification.

The Fundamentals of Animal Science Certification, endorsed by Elanco provides students with a solid understanding of animal science, including the history and practices of the livestock industry, common terms and terminology and livestock management practices.


In addition, the certification addresses major topics in the in the animal science industry including genetics, reproduction, nutrition, and health management.

The certification consists of 18 modules and a 100-queston final certification exam. This certification can be used toward "Career readiness" standing in high school.

For many students, this can be the starting point for a successful career in the animal science industry.

Earlier this year, Adair County High School started offering certifications in both animal science and plant science.


This story was posted on 2016-12-05 14:56:58
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Six ACHS students earn Elanco animal sciences certification



2016-12-05 - Adair County High School, 526 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Grant Robertson, FFA reporter.
Six students from Adair County High school are the first students in Kentucky to achieve the Elanco Fundamentals of Animal Science Certification. They are, from left, Conway Loy, Kyle Burton, Brady Cowan, Kaitlyn Burton, Shelby Hatcher and Alesha Bennett.


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