2018 free neco animal husbandry obj and essay expo
NECO 2018 ANIMAL HUSBANDRY IS NOW AVAILABLE.
Animal husbandry OBJECTIVE ANSWER
Animal husbandry THEORY ANSWER
ii) example- epidermis
(1)It serve as food industry
(2) it provide raw material for mankind
(3) it provide shatters
2b) brands are used to identify specific
animals by branding a number on their side or
i)Too many piglets
ii)Variable birth weight
– The clothes we wear come from
cotton, hemp or other plant fibers that
are manufactured into wearable items.
– The houses we build and live in are
often constructed using wildlife resources
wood from trees.
– The paper we write and print on
comes from trees and other plant fibers.
– The food we eat, obviously, comes
from animals and plants.
(i) Unpredictable number of eggs are
(ii)Process cannot be programmed
(iii) There is risk of predators /parasites
(iv) Not suitable for commercial production
(v) Low hatchability of eggs
(vi) Eggs are often exposed to adverse
(i) High room temperature
(iv) Excess Bright light
(v) Feed availability
(vi) Water availability
(i) Eggs are candled to determine the
condition of the air cell, yolk, and white
(ii) Candling detects bloody whites, blood
spots, or meat spots, and enables observation
of germ development.
(4a) Animal Husbandry is a branch of
agriculture concerned with the
production and care of domestic
– The clothes we wear come from cotton,
hemp or other plant fibers that are
manufactured into wearable items.
– The houses we build and live in are often
constructed using wildlife resources like
wood from trees.
– The paper we write and print on comes
from trees and other plant fibers.
– The food we eat, obviously, comes from
animals and plants.
(i) Ovulation is the release of eggs or egg
from the ovary in female animals,
regulated in mammals by hormones of
the pituitary gland.
(ii) Oestrus is a regularly occurring period
of sexual receptivity in most female
mammals, during which ovulation occurs
copulation can take place.
it is land that contains by its ecological
nature, an association of forages that can be
grazed by livestock
poisonous plants: the presence of some
poisonous plants limits the use of the range
to cattle or sheep or goats, a kind of stock
may not be affected by a toxic plant or
-topography: cattle are known to prefer level
to gently rolling topography
-water:sheep and goats are known to tolerate
shortage of water more than cattle
-vegetative cover: sheep and goats feed
better on shorter forage species than cattle.
-rotation deferred grazing
-brush and weed control
-better distribution of animals on the range
-they can give mechanical injury.
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