Livestock Quiz (TX) Hardest Questions

1) The leg and loin of a lamb are the primary wholesale meat cuts that come from the:

2) Feed additives used to prevent disease and promote growth are:

3) Which trait in sheep has the lowest heritability estimate?

4) Which Medium Wool breed was developed in the United States?

5) Many of the odor problems from confinement operations are related to the release of ___________ from manure.

6) Which trait in beef cattle has the highest heritability estimate?

7) When evaluating swine performance data, litter weights are adjusted to a standard of how many days?

8) Milk fever is a nutritional disease affecting both sheep and goats during lactation due to a lack of _______ in the blood.

9) Fine Wool breeds of sheep include all of the following EXCEPT:

10) __________________ is the practice of feeding a ration for ten days to two weeks before breeding.

11) Which state has greatest beef production?

12) The major objection of boar meat is the odor of the meat called boar taintOne compound causing boar taint is:

13) Which of the following is water-soluble vitamin?

14) A swine nutritional health problem caused by lack of iron in the diet.

15) The period of time which an animal is pregnant is called:

16) Which amino acid listed is first limiting in swine rations?

17) Fats and oils provide _________ times more energy than do carbohydrates,

18) Which trait for swine has the lowest heritability estimate?

19) Which of the following countries has the greatest number of hogs?

20) Which breed of cattle descended from Spanish Andalusian cattle brought over by Columbus on his second voyage?

21) A visual evaluation of the amount of muscle on a hog is best seen by looking at the ____________ view of the hog.

22) Heifers most commonly reach puberty at the average age of:

23) Which breed of sheep was developed at North Carolina State University?

24) Diseases caused by a virus or bacteria are classed as:

25) Which part of the ruminant stomach is recognized as the true stomach?

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