Subscription Pricing Tier 1 (250-500 users)

Subscription pricing is available to certified CASE teachers who are enrolled in the CASE Online Subscription Pricing program. 

Teachers enrolled in the CASE Online subscription program will recieve official notification, along with ordering instructions, from their CASE State Leader or funding source. 

Contact Sara Cobb, CASE Online Learning Coordinator, or Miranda Chaplin, CASE Operations/Outreach Director for more information regarding the CASE Online Subscription Program.

To accomodate class sections, courses are available for purchase in sections.

  • All courses contain identical content.
  • Purchase course sections as needed for your program.
  • You may order as many student accounts as  you need per section.

Principles of Agricultural Science - Animal - Section A
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Principles of Agricultural Science – Animal (ASA) is a foundational level course where students explore the world of animal agriculture and develop a management guide for an animal of their choice. Areas of study include history and domestication, handling and behavior, anatomy and physiology, nutrition, reproduction, genetics, health, selection, and marketing.

 

Principles of Agricultural Science - Animal - Section B
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Principles of Agricultural Science - Animal (ASA) is a foundational level course where students explore the world of animal agriculture and develop a management guide for an animal of their choice. Areas of study include history and domestication, handling and behavior, anatomy and physiology, nutrition, reproduction, genetics, health, selection, and marketing.

 

Principles of Agricultural Science - Animal - Section C
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Principles of Agricultural Science - Animal (ASA) is a foundational level course where students explore the world of animal agriculture and develop a management guide for an animal of their choice. Areas of study include history and domestication, handling and behavior, anatomy and physiology, nutrition, reproduction, genetics, health, selection, and marketing.

 

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