Hello Welcome to the SS1 Animal Husbandry 1st Term Evaluation Tests - FREE Access (20 questions ONLY) 1. You will attempt 20 objective questions for 15 minutes. If the time allocated (15 minutes) elapsed, evaluation exercise will end and result will be displayed immediately on the screen. 2. You cannot change your answer after selection. Be sure before you select your answer. 3. Your score, questions attempted, selected answers and correct answers will be displayed on the screen after submission. 4. You are strongly advised to work on your own. Fill the form below as they will appear on your result sheet and Click the Next Button below to Begin 1. Which of the following methods are used in animal improvement'? I. Back crossing ll. Line crossing lll. Top crossing A. I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. I, II and III C A D B2. The term heterosis refers to the mating A. resulting in a depressed growth rate of the offspring. B. that produces offspring superior to the average of the parents. C. of different breeds that are heterogenous. D. of closely related animals resulting in faster growth rate. B D A C3. Which of the following farm animals is not monogastric? A. Hog B. Bullock C. Capon D. Gelding B A D C4. The following terminologies are associated with cattle management except A. moulting. B. weaning. C. vaccination. D. deworming. C A B D5. Which of the following farm animals is naturally polled? A. Ram B. Ewe C. Bull D. Cow B D C A6. Which of the following is not an advantage of artificial insemination? A. lt is easier and less expensive than natural mating. B. lt is possible to produce animals that can freely graze on range. C. lt is possible to use semen from a proven bull long after its death. D. It brings about reduction in the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. A B C D7. Forage for ruminants can be conserved in form of I. hay. II. silage. III. soilage. A. I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. I, II and III B A C D8. A deficiency symptom of vitamin K in farm animals is A. haemorrhage. B. sterility. C. rickets. D. paralysis. D A B C9. A farmer noticed an enlargement in the neck of a goat. Which of the following minerals is likely deficient in the diet of the goat? A. lron B. Copper C. Iodine D. Zinc B A D C10. Ensuring the supply of good quality eggs to the consumers can be achieved by A. candling. B. grading. C. processing. D. pricing. D A B C11. Which of the following farm animals is commonly used for laboratory experiments? A. Chicken B. Camel C. Rabbit D. Goat A C B D12. Farm animals are mostly reared for A. laboratory experiments. B. raw materials. C. food supply. D. foreign exchange. C B D A13. The common name for Axonopus compressus is A. Bahama grass. B. Guinea grass. C. Buffet grass. D. Carpet grass. C B A D14. Which of the following factors is a major challenge in the practice of artificial insemination in West Africa? A. Poor road network. B. Irregular supply of electricity C. Inefficient managerial system D. Negative attitude of workers to duties A C D B15. Which of the following diseases is a common nutritional disorder in cows'? A. Cholera B. Anthrax C. Ketosis D. Brucellosis B C A D16. Which of the following diseases in goats is caused by a bacterium? A. Rinderpest B. Ringworm C. Anthrax D. Foot and mouth C D A B17. Which of the following statements are aims of animal improvement'? I. To produce animals which can adapt to local climatic conditions II. To produce animals with large gene pools III. To produce animals with low disease resistance A. I and II only B. I and III only C. II and III only D. I, II and III D C B A18. Which of the following statements is not an advantage of extensive management system? A. High requirement of inputs B. Reduced spread of diseases C. Less labour per unit area D. Low production cost A C B D19. A rangeland can be improved by A. grazing. B. burning. C . reseeding. D. ploughing. A B C D20. Which of the following items is a product of milk? A. Sausage B. Lard C. Choose D. Margarine A D C BHello , Good to know you finished before allocated time (15 Minutes) elapsed. You may wish to check on any missed questions using the previous button, otherwise, you may submit by clicking the submit button. Time is Up! Follow Us On Social Media Categories: 0 Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.