Lg Animal Farm Exam

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  1. 1. Multiparous
    2. Uniparous
    • 1. Having more than one pregnancy
    • 2. animals forst pregnancy
  2. 1. Stock
    2. Stocks
    1. referring to animals as inventory

    2. a form of restraint used on large animals
  3. Ungulates
    Hoofed animals
  4. 1. Cloven

    2. Perissodactyl
    1. Split Hoofed (ruminents and porcine)

    2. equines (whole hoof, no split)
  5. Ruminants
    • 4 chaimbers in bovid, sheep and goats. 3 in llamas.
    • cloven hoofed
    • lingual taurus
    • dental pad
    • horizontal pupils
  6. Sheep
    • used for wool, hide, meat, research, pets...
    • Kept in FLOCKS
    • 3 groups - meat, wool, and duel purpose
    • Ovis aries
  7. Goats
    • used for milk, meats, hide, fiber, pets and companion for other animals, reseearch...
    • Kept in HERDS
    • mohair - Angora
    • Capra hircus
  8. Llamas
    • used for companions, security, pack animals, meat...
    • baby llama - cria
    • Llama glama
  9. Sheep Terminology
    1. Ram
    2. Ewe
    3. Lamb
    4. Wether
    • 1. producing male
    • 2. producing female
    • 3. young sheep
    • 4. castrated male sheep
  10. Sheep Teminology
    1. Flock
    2. Bum, Bummer
    3. Lambing
    4. Creep feeder
    • 1. Group of sheep
    • 2. orphaned lamb
    • 3. process of giving birth, parturation
    • 4. device used to feed lambs. openings are small to prevent the sheep from eating the lamb's feed.
  11. Caprine Terminology
    1. Buck
    2. Doe
    3. Kid
    • 1. producing male
    • 2. producing female
    • 3. young goat
  12. Caprine Terminology
    1. Kidding
    2. Wether
    3. Herd
    • 1. parturation
    • 2. castrated male
    • 3. group of goats
  13. Bovine Teminology
    1. Cattle
    2. Heifer
    3. Bull
    4. Cow
    • 1. general term for bovid
    • 2. female bovid that has not yet calved
    • 3. producing male
    • 4. female bovid that has calved
  14. Bovine Terminology
    1. steer
    2. gomer
    3. herd
    • 1. castrated male
    • 2. male bovid incapable of coitus. used to detect heat
    • 3. group of bovid
  15. Porcine Terminology
    1. Hogs, swine, pigs...
    2. Boar
    3. Sow
    4. Gilt
    • 1. general terms for porcine
    • 2. producing male
    • 3. producing female
    • 4. female pig that has not had her first litter
  16. Procine Terminology
    1. Barrow
    2. Farrowing
    3. Herd
    4. Shoat
    • 1. castrated male
    • 2. parturation
    • 3. group of porcine
    • 4. young swine (either sex)
  17. Equine Terminology
    1. suckling
    2. weanling
    3. yearling
    4. foal
    • 1. young horse that is still nursing
    • 2. young horse that has been separated from the dam but < 1 year.
    • 3. horse between 1-2 years old
    • 4. suckling of either sex
  18. Equine Terminology
    1. Filly
    2. Colt
    3. Mare
    4. Stallion, stud
    • 1. female horse that has not reached puberty
    • 2. intact male horse that has not reached puberty
    • 3. female horse that has reached puberty
    • 4. male horse that has reached puberty
  19. Equine Terminology
    1. Gelding
    2. Maiden
    3. Broodmare
    4. Herd
    • 1. castrated male horse of any age
    • 2. a mare tht has not yet been mated
    • 3. a mare used for breeding
    • 4. group of horses
  20. Equine Terminology
    1. Grade horse
    2. Hot bloods
    3. Cold bloods
    4. Warm bloods
    • 1. horse of unknown/multiple breed or background
    • 2. most high-strung and reactive group; HR and metabolism is higher than others (Arabs, QH, TB)
    • 3. lower HR and metabolism. slower to react and more laid back. (Draft)
    • 4. combination of CB and HB
  21. Donkey
    • 1. Equus asinus
    • 2. male donkey (Jack) + mure = MULE
    • 3. stalion + female donkey (Jenny) = HINNY
    • 4. Zebra - Equus zebra
  22. Leg Markings
    1. Coronet
    2. Sock
    3. Stocking
    • 1. area of white combined to the coronary band
    • 2. white extends up the leg, but not the knee or hock
    • 3. white extends to knee or hock or higher.

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