ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND FISHERY QUESTION AND ANSWER

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2017 Animal Husbandry Answers. 
1a


) What is fainting? 

Fainting is when you fall suddenly and do like who die but u never die well. 
1b) Types of fainting. 

i. Fake fainting. 

ii. Original fainting 
1c) I. Fake fainting: This is the process whereby fainting they hungry and you kuku say make dem shift for u so you can faint comfortably. 
II. Original fainting: This is the process whereby you they hungry for campus or village u nor see food shop or dem beat u cus of girl and u turn ur head upside down and faint.
(2c)Reasons for fostering piglet 
(1)Too many piglets – Some herds have the luxury of having too many pigs born alive and these surplus pigs if they are to survive must be given a new dam
(2)Variable birth weight – The mortality within any litter group is dependent in part upon the variation in birth weights. The greater the variations, then the higher the mortality in those piglets of low birth weight.
(3) Savaging – This is common in intensive environments. Occasionally if a gilt or sow does not respond to sedation it is necessary to foster the whole litter.

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1c

tabulate

Monogastric

they posses only one stomach

they do no chew the cod
Polygastric

they possess four stomach

they chew the cod

[6/16, 10:01] Master ExM: (1b)
(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 hip.
(2c)

i)Too many piglets

ii)Variable birth weight

iii) Savaging

[6/16, 10:01] Master ExM: (2c)Reasons for fostering piglet 
(1)Too many piglets – Some herds have the luxury of having too many pigs born alive and these surplus pigs if they are to survive must be given a new dam
(2)Variable birth weight – The mortality within any litter group is dependent in part upon the variation in birth weights. The greater the variations, then the higher the mortality in those piglets of low birth weight.
(3) Savaging – This is common in intensive environments. Occasionally if a gilt or sow does not respond to sedation it is necessary to foster the whole litter.

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