AGS101 Last Test

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AGS101 Last Test
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Test 3, Beef production, horses, sheep and goats
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  1. How many inches in a hand?
    4"
  2. What is the cutoff for heights of ponies v. horses?
    Less than 14.2 hands (58" at withers) = pony
  3. Name 3 gaited breeds of horse
    • American Saddlebred
    • Tennesee Walking Horse
    • Missouri Foxtrotter (Broken trot)
  4. Name three stock horse breeds (This means ridden with stock western saddle for working livestock)
    Quarter horse, Appaloosa, American Paint Horse
  5. Name 3 draft breeds
    • Belgian
    • Percheron
    • Clydesdales
    • Shire
    • Suffolk Punch
  6. Name 3 color breeds
    • Paint
    • Apaloosa
    • Buckskin
    • Dunn
  7. Difference in types of horses registered by Pinto Horse Breeders v. American Paint Horse Associations?
    • American Paint Horse keeps a stud book (parent has to be registered)
    • Pinto horse Association allows for 5 types
  8. Difference between bucksin and dun?
    • Buckskin - cream or cremello gene on bay
    • Dun - dun gene on sorrell, bay or black
  9. Most numerous breed of horse in the US?
    Quarter Horse
  10. How many horses in US?
    9.2M
  11. How many horses in MO?
    281,000
  12. Max amount of grain in a day?
    1% of body weight and no more than 1/2 in one feeding
  13. Minimum hay/day?
    1%
  14. Min water/day?
    • 1100 lb horse needs 20 liters per day
    • 1 quart or liter per pound of dry matter consumed
    • 1 quart or L per Mcal of DE required
  15. Why does excess grain intake result in colic or founder in a horse?
    Ideally for the horse, starch is digested in the foregut and fiber is digested in the hindgut. Too much grain and starch bypasses the foregut. In the hindgut, bacterial fermentation of the starch leads to founder, colic, etc.
  16. Why should you take pregnant mares off of fescue pasture or hay prior to foaling?
    • Endophyte toxicity is a problem in 90% of the fescue in the US
    • When pregnant mares are grazed on high endophyte pasture or fed high in endophytehay exhibit may exhibit prolong gestation, difficult parturition, stillborn foals and agalactia
  17. How often should a mature horse in SW MO be dewormed?
    3-4 times per year, depending on rainfall, housing, etc.
  18. Which internal parasite is a problem for young horses?
    Ascarid (round worm)
  19. What does a Coggins test for?
    Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) "Swamp Fever"
  20. When and how often is it recommended that a horses be vaccinated for sleeping sickness, west nile and tetanus?
    Yearly for W. Nile and Sleeping Sickness, Vaccines for tetanus usually last a couple of years but they're inexpensive, so we usually do it every year
  21. Why would recommendations for Flu and Rhino be different for horses that are being shown a lot v. those for recreational use?
    More exposure to more animals and vaccines are only partially effective
  22. Why would a pregant mare need to be vaccinated 3 times for Rhino v. only once for sleeping sickness and tetanus?
    vaccines are only partially effective and the modified live is most effective. Mares have to have a killed vaccine.
  23. Average length of estrus for a mare?
    5-7 days
  24. Average estrus cycle for mare?
    21-22 days
  25. Gestation period for mares?
    340 days
  26. Original sheep breeds?
    • Urial
    • Argali
    • Mouflan
    • Aoudad
    • Bighorn
  27. 14-37 AD, what country was the only source of Merino wool?
    Spain
  28. When did US, UK start buying ewes from Spain?
    early 1800s
  29. Since 1979, who is sheep powerhouse?
    Austrailia
  30. What breeds are domestic goats descended from?
    Paang or Bezoar
  31. Goats easily revert back to the feral state. They're second only to what animal?
    domestic cat
  32. Lamb
    Young, less than 1 year, sheep (you can tell by the break/spool joint)
  33. Mutton
    older than one year
  34. Flock or herd
    group of sheep or goats
  35. Doe
    • female goat (does is plural)
    • Doeling is a young female goat
    • This is for meat breeds
  36. Buck
    Male sheep or meat goat
  37. Nanny
    milk goat
  38. Billy
    Dairy buck or male
  39. Ewe
    female sheep
  40. Ram
    male sheep - cannot be a male goat
  41. wether
    castrated sheep or goat
  42. chevon
    french, young goat
  43. cabrito
    spanish, young goat, tends be milk fed
  44. 70-80% of world population eat goat. Most live where?
    • Asia and Africa
    • No power or refrigeration ok
    • often used in religious ceremonies
  45. Who eats the most lamb?
    • New Zealand (57 lbs consumption per capita)
    • Not US (.08 pounds consumption per capita)
  46. Things about dairy goat milk?
    • small fat globules, easy to digest
    • can't really do butter
  47. Mohair comes from
    Angora goats
  48. What type of pasture do goats prefer?
    browse (brushy stuff)
  49. What type of pasture do sheep prefer?
    Forb (succulents, weeds)
  50. vegetative browse is high in what nutrient?
    protein
  51. biggest competitor for forage?
    deer
  52. predation results in what percentage of sheep and goat loss?
    about 37%
  53. How many breeds are there of sheep and goats?
    • roughly 800 of each
    • located all over the world
  54. what makes the myotonic goat so strange?
    • it's the fainting goat
    • contraction of skeletal muscles when frightened "freezes" them
  55. Hair breeds of sheep?
    • Doper
    • Katahdin
    • St Croix
    • Suffolk
    • Dorset
  56. What are the Ps of sheep and goat production?
    • Prices
    • Predators
    • Parasites
    • Perceptions
    • Phencing
  57. Who grows faster, sheep or goats?
    sheep
  58. difference in grazing habits between sheep and goats?
    • sheep - close to ground, prefer forb
    • goats - top-down grazer, prefer shrubs (browse)
  59. What are the three kinds of fencing a sheep/goat producer needs?
    • Perimeter or boundary
    • Interior or cross
    • Heavy use areas
  60. Fine wool sheep?
    • Rambouillet
    • Delaine Merino
    • Debouillet
    • Booroola Merino
    • American Cormo
  61. Medium wood dual purpose sheep?
    • Columbia
    • Corriedale
    • East Friesian
    • Finnsheep
    • Panama
    • Polypay
    • Targhee
  62. Medium wool meat sheep?
    • Suffolk
    • Dorset
    • Hampshire
    • Southdown
  63. Long wool sheep?
    • BorderLeicester
    • Coopworth
    • Cotswold
    • Lincoln
    • Romney
  64. Hair sheep?
    • AmericanBlackbelly
    • Barbados Blackbelly
    • St. Croix
    • Romanov
    • Katahadin
    • Dorper
  65. Meat goat breeds
    • Boer
    • Kiko
    • Tennesee Meat Goat
    • Spanish
    • Pygmy
    • Savannah
  66. Dairy goat breeds
    • Swiss
    • La Mancha
    • Nubian
    • Nigerian Dwarf
  67. Fiber goat breeds
    • Angora
    • Cashmere
    • Pygora
    • Cashgora
  68. Mini goat breeds
    • Pygmy (meat)
    • Nigerian Dwarf (dairy)
    • Mini Silky (myotnic x nigerian dwarf)
  69. Two species of beef cattle?
    • Bos Taurus (adapted to cooler and more temperate climates)
    • Bos Indicus (warmer climates, have humps)
  70. Three British breeds of cattle?
    • Angus
    • Herefords
    • Shorthorn
  71. What does "Continental" refer to in cattle breeds?
    European
  72. Trait of greatest economic importance in beef production?
    Reproduction
  73. Four primary phases of beef production and average duration of each?
    • 1. seedstock genetics to producers
    • 2. cow/calf producer - about 7 mo.
    • 3. stock grower - 90 days to 365 (350 lb - 800 lb)
    • 4. feed lot - 90-120 days (1050-1400 lbs)
  74. average gestation for beef cattle?
    283-285 days
  75. desired calving interval for beef cow?
    12 months
  76. what classification of beef cattle is easies to become pregnant? which is hardest?
    • heifer should be easiest (it's her first breeding season)
    • 24 month is hardest

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