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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ESSAY
(5a)

(I) Scalding is the process of treating carcass with hot water or steam for efficient removal of the bristles or feathers by the dehairer/defeatherer.

(II) Singeing of slaughtered animals is a major process by which fur on the skin of the animals are removed making the hide of the carcass.

(III) Evisceration is a method of autotomy involving the ejection of internal organs used by animals as a defensive strategy.

6a) brooding refers to an area of land covered with forage grasses and legumes which are deliberately planted by man.
6b)
i) extend the growing season of a pasture
ii) increase the organic matter content of the soil over time because of grass root systems
iii) reduce weed encroachment
iv) reduce erosion
v) produce higher yields
vi) improve the palatability
6ci)
(Choose any three)
(1) village systems
(2) extensive systems
(3) semi-intensive systems
(4) very intensive
(5) integration

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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ESSAY
(4a)
- As food/human consumption
- Source of income
- Source of foreign exchange
- Transport

(4bi)
- Oesophagus
- Liver
- Stomach
- Pancreas
- Small intestine
- Colon

(4bii)
Function of alimentary canal is to carry out the process of digestion of food and nutrient absorption

(5a)
(i) Scalding is the process of treating carcass with hot water or steam for efficient removal of the bristles or feathers by the dehairer/defeatherer.

(ii) Singeing of slaughtered animals is a major process by which fur on the skin of the animals are removed making the hide of the carcass.

(iii) Evisceration is a method of autotomy involving the ejection of internal organs used by animals as a defensive strategy.
(5b)
(I) Media/advertiser
(II) Producer
(III) Wholesaler
(IV) Importers

(5c)
(I) Know and Acquaint
(II) Yourself With Prospects.
(III) Target the Festive Seasons.
(IV) Leverage on the Power of Networking.
(V) Tell the World via Social Media.

(5d) Loading...

(5e)
(I) Introduction
(II) Selection
(III) Breeding
(Choose any two)

(6a) brooding refers to an area of land covered with forage grasses and legumes which are deliberately planted by man.
6b)
(i) extend the growing season of a pasture
(ii) increase the organic matter content of the soil over time because of grass root systems
(iii) reduce weed encroachment
(iv) reduce erosion
(v) produce higher yields
(vi) improve the palatability
(6ci)
(Choose any three)
(i) village systems
(ii) extensive systems
(iii) semi-intensive systems
(iv) very intensive
(v) integration

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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ESSAY
ANIMALS-ANSWERS
(3c)
Addictives are substances added to food to maintain or improve its taste, freshness, texture, appearance and for extra nutrients

(3d)
(i) To control pathogens in animal guts
(ii) To enrich animal feeds
(iii) For preservation
(iv) To help in easy digestibility
(v) To control acid-base balance of feeds
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(4a)
(i) It serves as a source of income
(ii) It generates high-quality food products such as meat, egg, milk, cheese
(iii) It generates employment opportunities
(iv) It can help a country to generate foreign exchange earnings through the export of livestock products.

(4bi)
(i) Mouth
(ii) Vestibule
(iii) Oesophagus
(iv) Stomach
(v) Small intestine
(vi) Caecum

(4bii)
(i) It helps in absortption of food eg: Small intestine
(ii) It helps in secretion of digestve enzymes

(4ci)
(i) Liver helps with bile production
(ii) Excretion of bilirubin, cholesterol and hormones
(iii) Metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.
(iv) It helps in enzyme activation.

(4cii)
(i) Liver fluke
(ii) Schistosoma

(4d)
(i) Goat has four-compartment stomach while rabbits have a monogastric digestive system
(ii) Goat posseses reticulum while it is absence in a rabbit
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(5a)
(I) Scalding is the process of treating carcass with hot water or steam for efficient removal of the bristles or feathers by the dehairer/defeatherer.

(II) Singeing of slaughtered animals is a major process by which fur on the skin of the animals are removed making the hide of the carcass.

(III) Evisceration is a method of autotomy involving the ejection of internal organs used by animals as a defensive strategy.

(5b)
(I) Media/advertiser
(II) Producer
(III) Wholesaler
(IV) Importers

(5c)
(I) Know and Acquaint
(II) Yourself With Prospects.
(III) Target the Festive Seasons.
(IV) Leverage on the Power of Networking.
(V) Tell the World via Social Media.

(5d)
(I)Dung stage
(II)Pasture stage
(III)Host stage

(5e)
(I) Introduction
(II) Selection
(Choose any two)

(6a) brooding refers to an area of land covered with forage grasses and legumes which are deliberately planted by man.
6b)
(i) extend the growing season of a pasture
(ii) increase the organic matter content of the soil over time because of grass root systems
(iii) reduce weed encroachment
(iv) reduce erosion
(v) produce higher yields
(vi) improve the palatability
(6ci)
(Choose any three)
(i) village systems
(ii) extensive systems
(iii) semi-intensive systems
(iv) very intensive
(v) integration

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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ESSAY

(1a)
(i)Keep provision for the entrance of fresh air.
(ii)Provide clean, fresh water in front of the birds at least twice daily.
(iii)Adjust the temperature as per the requirement of the chicks.
(iv)Daily inspect the condition of birds and their faces for any sort of abnormality.
(v)Keep the brooder in such a place that cold wind and rain does not get in.

(1b)
Deworming is the getting rid or expelling of parasitic worms within the birds' system by giving the birds anthelmintic drugs like dewormer.

(ii)Culling is the identification and removal of birds that do not possess the qualities for giving enough benefit in return for their culture.

(iii)Debeaking is the partial removal of the beak of poultry to avoid cannibalism.

(iv)Delousing is defined as the use of any Physical or chemical means to get rid of lice.

(1c)
(i)Drooped wings.
(ii)Feather loss (unless birds are going through a natural moult).
(iii)Abnormal droppings.
(iv)Dull and/or closed eyes

(3c)
Addictives are substances added to food to maintain or improve its taste, freshness, texture, appearance and for extra nutrients

(3d)
(i) To control pathogens in animal guts
(ii) To enrich animal feeds
(iii) For preservation
(iv) To help in easy digestibility
(v) To control acid-base balance of feeds


(4a)
(i) It serves as a source of income
(ii) It generates high-quality food products such as meat, egg, milk, cheese
(iii) It generates employment opportunities
(iv) It can help a country to generate foreign exchange earnings through the export of livestock products.

(4bi)
(i) Mouth
(ii) Vestibule
(iii) Oesophagus
(iv) Stomach
(v) Small intestine
(vi) Caecum

(4bii)
(i) It helps in absortption of food eg: Small intestine
(ii) It helps in secretion of digestve enzymes

(4ci)
(i) Liver helps with bile production
(ii) Excretion of bilirubin, cholesterol and hormones
(iii) Metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.
(iv) It helps in enzyme activation.

(4cii)
(i) Liver fluke
(ii) Schistosoma

(4d)
(i) Goat has four-compartment stomach while rabbits have a monogastric digestive system
(ii) Goat posseses reticulum while it is absence in a rabbit


(5a)
(I) Scalding is the process of treating carcass with hot water or steam for efficient removal of the bristles or feathers by the dehairer/defeatherer.

(II) Singeing of slaughtered animals is a major process by which fur on the skin of the animals are removed making the hide of the carcass.

(III) Evisceration is a method of autotomy involving the ejection of internal organs used by animals as a defensive strategy.

(5b)
(I) Media/advertiser
(II) Producer
(III) Wholesaler
(IV) Importers

(5c)
(I) Know and Acquaint
(II) Yourself With Prospects.
(III) Target the Festive Seasons.
(IV) Leverage on the Power of Networking.
(V) Tell the World via Social Media.

(5d)
(I)Dung stage
(II)Pasture stage
(III)Host stage

(5e)
(I) Introduction
(II) Selection
(Choose any two)

(6a) brooding refers to an area of land covered with forage grasses and legumes which are deliberately planted by man.
6b)
(i) extend the growing season of a pasture
(ii) increase the organic matter content of the soil over time because of grass root systems
(iii) reduce weed encroachment
(iv) reduce erosion
(v) produce higher yields
(vi) improve the palatability
(6ci)
(Choose any three)
(i) village systems
(ii) extensive systems
(iii) semi-intensive systems
(iv) very intensive
(v) integration

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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY OBJ
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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ESSAY

(3a)
(i)source of fruit and vegetables as food
(ii)source of starchy to the Animals
(iii)source of milk and dairy foods or non-dairy alternatives to the Animals
(iv)sources of protein to the animals
(v)low morality and morbidity rate to both old and young Animals.

(3b)
(i) Causes - Lack of vitamin A
(ii) Symptoms - Delayed growth, bow legs, weakness etc
(iii) Control measure - Giving livestocks food rich in vitamin D
(iv) Animals which could be affected - Cattle, goat, sheep

(3c)
Addictives are substances added to food to maintain or improve its taste, freshness, texture, appearance and for extra nutrients

(3d)
(i) To control pathogens in animal guts
(ii) To enrich animal feeds
(iii) For preservation
(iv) To help in easy digestibility
(v) To control acid-base balance of feeds


(1a)
(i)Keep provision for the entrance of fresh air.
(ii)Provide clean, fresh water in front of the birds at least twice daily.
(iii)Adjust the temperature as per the requirement of the chicks.
(iv)Daily inspect the condition of birds and their faces for any sort of abnormality.
(v)Keep the brooder in such a place that cold wind and rain does not get in.

(1b)Deworming is the getting rid or expelling of parasitic worms within the birds' system by giving the birds anthelmintic drugs like dewormer.

(ii)Culling is the identification and removal of birds that do not possess the qualities for giving enough benefit in return for their culture.

(iii)Debeaking is the partial removal of the beak of poultry to avoid cannibalism.

(iv)Delousing is defined as the use of any Physical or chemical means to get rid of lice.

(1c)
(i)Drooped wings.
(ii)Feather loss (unless birds are going through a natural moult).
(iii)Abnormal droppings.
(iv)Dull and/or closed eyes


(4a)
(i) It serves as a source of income
(ii) It generates high-quality food products such as meat, egg, milk, cheese
(iii) It generates employment opportunities
(iv) It can help a country to generate foreign exchange earnings through the export of livestock products.

(4bi)
(i) Mouth
(ii) Vestibule
(iii) Oesophagus
(iv) Stomach
(v) Small intestine
(vi) Caecum

(4bii)
(i) It helps in absortption of food eg: Small intestine
(ii) It helps in secretion of digestve enzymes

(4ci)
(i) Liver helps with bile production
(ii) Excretion of bilirubin, cholesterol and hormones
(iii) Metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates.
(iv) It helps in enzyme activation.

(4cii)
(i) Liver fluke
(ii) Schistosoma

(4d)
(i) Goat has four-compartment stomach while rabbits have a monogastric digestive system
(ii) Goat posseses reticulum while it is absence in a rabbit


(5a)
(I) Scalding is the process of treating carcass with hot water or steam for efficient removal of the bristles or feathers by the dehairer/defeatherer.

(II) Singeing of slaughtered animals is a major process by which fur on the skin of the animals are removed making the hide of the carcass.

(III) Evisceration is a method of autotomy involving the ejection of internal organs used by animals as a defensive strategy.

(5b)
(I) Media/advertiser
(II) Producer
(III) Wholesaler
(IV) Importers

(5c)
(I) Know and Acquaint
(II) Yourself With Prospects.
(III) Target the Festive Seasons.
(IV) Leverage on the Power of Networking.
(V) Tell the World via Social Media.

(5d)
(I)Dung stage
(II)Pasture stage
(III)Host stage

(5e)
(I) Introduction
(II) Selection

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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY OBJ
1CADBDCDABB
11BACBDDDDAC
21BACCACCBDD
31A

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ESSAY

(3a)
(i)source of fruit and vegetables as food
(ii)source of starchy to the Animals
(iii)source of milk and dairy foods or non-dairy
alternatives to the Animals
(iv)sources of protein to the animals
(v)low morality and morbidity rate to both old
and young Animals.
(3b)
(i) Causes - Lack of vitamin A
(ii) Symptoms - Delayed growth, bow legs,
weakness etc
(iii) Control measure - Giving livestocks food
rich in vitamin D
(iv) Animals which could be affected - Cattle,
goat, sheep
(3c)
Addictives are substances added to food to
maintain or improve its taste, freshness,
texture, appearance and for extra nutrients
(3d)
(i) To control pathogens in animal guts
(ii) To enrich animal feeds
(iii) For preservation
(iv) To help in easy digestibility
(v) To control acid-base balance of feeds

(1a)
(i)Keep provision for the entrance of fresh air.
(ii)Provide clean, fresh water in front of the
birds at least twice daily.
(iii)Adjust the temperature as per the
requirement of the chicks.
(iv)Daily inspect the condition of birds and their
faces for any sort of abnormality.
(v)Keep the brooder in such a place that cold
wind and rain does not get in.
(1b)Deworming is the getting rid or expelling of
parasitic worms within the birds' system by
giving the birds anthelmintic drugs like
dewormer.
(ii)Culling is the identification and removal of
birds that do not possess the qualities for
giving enough benefit in return for their culture.
(iii)Debeaking is the partial removal of the beak
of poultry to avoid cannibalism.
(iv)Delousing is defined as the use of any
Physical or chemical means to get rid of lice.
(1c)
(i)Drooped wings.
(ii)Feather loss (unless birds are going through
a natural moult).
(iii)Abnormal droppings.
(iv)Dull and/or closed eyes

(4a)
(i) It serves as a source of income
(ii) It generates high-quality food products
such as meat, egg, milk, cheese
(iii) It generates employment opportunities
(iv) It can help a country to generate foreign
exchange earnings through the export of
livestock products.
(4bi)
(i) Mouth
(ii) Vestibule
(iii) Oesophagus
(iv) Stomach
(v) Small intestine
(vi) Caecum
(4bii)
(i) It helps in absortption of food eg: Small
intestine
(ii) It helps in secretion of digestve enzymes
(4ci)
(i) Liver helps with bile production
(ii) Excretion of bilirubin, cholesterol and
hormones
(iii) Metabolism of fats, proteins, and
carbohydrates.
(iv) It helps in enzyme activation.
(4cii)
(i) Liver fluke
(ii) Schistosoma
(4d)
(i) Goat has four-compartment stomach while
rabbits have a monogastric digestive system
(ii) Goat posseses reticulum while it is absence
in a rabbit

(5a)
(I) Scalding is the process of treating carcass
with hot water or steam for efficient removal of
the bristles or feathers by the dehairer/
defeatherer.
(II) Singeing of slaughtered animals is a major
process by which fur on the skin of the animals
are removed making the hide of the carcass.
(III) Evisceration is a method of autotomy
involving the ejection of internal organs used
by animals as a defensive strategy.
(5b)
(I) Media/advertiser
(II) Producer
(III) Wholesaler
(IV) Importers
(5c)
(I) Know and Acquaint
(II) Yourself With Prospects.
(III) Target the Festive Seasons.
(IV) Leverage on the Power of Networking.
(V) Tell the World via Social Media.
(5d)
(I)Dung stage
(II)Pasture stage
(III)Host stage
(5e)
(I) Introduction
(II) Selection

(6ai)
Brooding is defined as the management of
chicks which involves the natural or artificial
provision of heat and other necessary care to
chicks until they are about six weeks old
(6aii)
(i) Proper sanitation
(ii) Ensuring of adequate light
(iii) Adequate feeding
(iv) Medication and vaccination
(6b)
(i) Blood loss which, if substantial, can lead to
anaemia and death.
(ii) It causes diarrhoea which, if severe, can
lead also to death.
(iii) It reduces appetite of farm animals,
resulting in debilitated animals that are more
susceptible to other diseases.
(iv) Internal parasites often interfere with
digestion and assimilation of food, causing poor
growth.
(6c)
(i) Avoid grazing high risk pastures
(ii) Avoid co-grazing
(iii) Regular faecal samples should be taken
from sheep to determine the liver fluke burden
on the farm
(6di)
Artificial insemination is the process of
collecting sperm cells from a male animal and
manually depositing them into the reproductive
tract of a female.
(6dii)
(i) There is no need of maintenance of
breeding bull for a herd; hence the cost of
maintenance of breeding bull is saved.
(ii) It prevents the spread of certain diseases
and sterility due to genital diseases
(iii) It increases the rate of conception
(iv) It helps in maintaining the accurate
breeding records.

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