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Animal Husbandry Questions - All Grades

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Grade 2 Animal Husbandry
Female cattle are called        cows        and male cattle are called         bulls        .
Grade 2 Animal Husbandry
The main difference between a rabbit and a hare is that Hares have longer        ears        and        legs        than rabbits.
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
Husbandry is:
  1. the science and practice of breeding and caring for animals
  2. the way in which marine animals select a mate
  3. the way in which male marine mammals care for their offspring
  4. the process of training an animal
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
Which term refers to the abdomen, from the last rib to the pelvis, containing primarily the organs of digestion?
  1. Tummy
  2. Bottom
  3. Hindquarters
  4. Belly
  5. Gut
Grade 5 Animal Husbandry
Which of the following animals has a non-ruminant digestive system? Choose ALL that apply.
  1. Chicken
  2. Duck
  3. Pig
  4. Cow
  5. Sheep
  6. Horse
Grade 9 Animal Husbandry
Define Hen-                        Adult female chicken                       

Define- Capon-                          Castrated make chicken                         
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
The American breed was created from the          Vienna          breed, the           Flemish           breed, and the            Imperial            breed.
Grade 2 Animal Husbandry
Many hoofed animals, ungulates, are called livestock and are used by humans for        work        or for        food       .
Grade 10 Animal Husbandry
Keeping eggs warm until they hatch is called                          incubation or brooding                         .
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
The term used to describe the skeletal structure of a rabbit is                .
  1. Bone
  2. Spooky
  3. Boney
  4. Catarak
Grade 8 Animal Husbandry
How many cats species are there?
  1. 45
  2. 32
  3. 37
  4. 78
Grade 11 Animal Husbandry
Which statement is NOT correct regarding the genetic diversity of livestock?
  1. the use of only the most productive breeds improves genetic diversity
  2. livestock come from very few species
  3. the genetic diversity of livestock has declined during the past century
  4. different breeds are adapted to different climatic conditions
Grade 9 Animal Husbandry
Define Poult-                Young turkey               
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
Which breed of swine is red in color and had early breeding in New York and New Jersey?
  1. Duroc
  2. Spots
  3. Chester White
  4. Yorkshire
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
The                 structure refers to the upper surface of the animal.
  1. Anterior
  2. Dorsal
  3. Posterior
  4. Ventral
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
The colored markings on the feet and legs of pointed pattern rabbits are called                .
  1. Shoes
  2. Feet Markings
  3. Boots
  4. Sandals
  5. Socks
Grade 9 Animal Husbandry
Define Cockerel-                                           young male chicken, less than 1 year old                                           
Grade 7 Animal Husbandry
In the horse the         cecum         is the primary site of forage digestion.
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
What is the fur color at the base of the fur shaft next to the skin of a rabbit?
  1. Top Color
  2. Bottom Color
  3. Base Color
  4. Under Color
  5. Both a and b
  6. Both c and d
Continuing Education Animal Husbandry
Which breed of swine is extensively used as a sire in crossbreeding?
  1. Duroc
  2. Chester White
  3. Hampshire
  4. Poland China
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