Agricultural Construction

Agricultural Construction

8656 11-12 1 Credit 05-06 Arr Second Semester

This course includes the study of arc welding, oxy-acetylene welding, cutting and brazing, plasma arc cutting, basic woodworking and carpentry skills, the use of power machinery, plan reading and project construction. Students spend time in the shop acquiring the above skills, and also have time allotted for project construction during the year. Students taking this course should have in mind projects such as trailers, scraper blades, log splitters, etc. which the wish to construct during the year. A continuation of record keeping and SAE programs are also a part of this course, as is continued leadership development and FFA involvement.

Prerequisite: Agricultural Science I and II, Natural Resource Management and Greenhouse Operation and Management, or a combination of two progressive years of agriculture study arranged class by instructor consent .

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