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Animal husbandry system

Slide Content

The slide titled "Animal husbandry system" showcases a schematic representation of the system, dividing it into three main components: Inputs, Processes, and Outputs. The Inputs include labor, money, fodder, medicaments, machinery, transport, and market demand. Each of these inputs is crucial for the operation of an animal husbandry system; for example, labor represents the human workforce involved, while fodder is the food provided to animals. The Processes are symbolized by a building that represents the place where animal husbandry takes place. Outputs are categorized into "Food" with items like grain products, vegetables, and beverages, explaining the variety of consumables derived from animal farming; and "Other Goods," such as biofuels and textiles, signifying non-food products also produced in the system.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has three main colored sections, each representing a different aspect of the animal husbandry system: grey for Inputs, beige for Processes, and maroon for Outputs.
  • Six circular icons with representative symbols are aligned within the Inputs section, depicting elements like a worker, money stack, grain sack, medicament bottle, dollar sign with arrows, and a truck.
  • The Processes section has a single circular icon of a farm building, symbolizing the place where the processes of animal husbandry occur.
  • In the Outputs section, there are two groups of circular icons: the first group with four icons for Food, featuring symbols like a wheat stalk, a cow, pig, and a beverage cup, and the second group with three icons for Other Goods, showcasing symbols for biofuel, fabric, and decorative plants.
  • Each section's title is capitalized and placed parallel to the corresponding area on the slide.
  • The slide has a clean and symmetrical design, with icons arranged in a balanced manner.

The slide is visually compelling due to its color-coded sections and clear, representative icons. It uses a contrast of colors and shapes to differentiate between inputs, processes, and outputs, making the information easily digestible.

Use Cases

  • As a visual aid in educational presentations to explain the components and flow of an animal husbandry system to students.
  • Within agricultural business proposals or reports to showcase the inputs, processes, and potential products of animal farming ventures.
  • At industry conferences where the focus is on efficiency and sustainability in animal husbandry practices.
  • For training new employees at an agribusiness firm to help them understand the entire system of production from inputs to outputs.

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