NECO Animal Husbandry Practical Questions and Answers 2022 (100% Verified) Theory & Obj Expo Answers

jamb expo portal, best jamb expo website, WAEC website,jamb expo website, jamb expo 2022, 2022 jamb expo solution runs
5
(1)

NECO Animal Husbandry Practical Questions and Answers 2022 (100% Verified) Theory & Obj Expo Answers

 

 

 

NECO Animal Husbandry Practical Questions and Answers 2022  is now release for the June/July 2022. 

jamb expo portal, best jamb expo website, WAEC website,jamb expo website, jamb expo 2022, 2022 jamb expo solution runs

NECO Animal Husbandry Practical Theory and Objective Answers (100%legit) Animal Husbandry Practical Essay verified Free  (Expo) for National Examination Council. NECO Animal Husbandry Practical Questions For you to have good NECO result in  Animal Husbandry Practical as well as repeated questions for free in this post. You will also understand how NECO Animal Husbandry Practical questions are set and how to answer them. The National Examination Council is an examination body in Nigeria that conducts the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination and the General Certificate in Education in June/July and November/December respectively.

For those that would like to see the question paper, you can click on the link below:

How useful was this post?

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating 5 / 5. Vote count: 1

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.

See also  Best Neco Expo Website portal for 2022, Neco runs website | Website for SSCE Neco Runs solutions Free Neco Questions & answers

1 Comment

  1. [8/2, 9:15 AM] Naijahero: NECO ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PRACTICAL ANSWERS

    (1a)

    (i) Rabbit
    (ii) Goat

    (1b)
    (i) Simple stomach
    (ii) Mammal

    (1c) [Pick any three] (i) digestive system
    (ii) circulatory system
    (iii) Urogenital system
    (iv) Nervous system
    (v) respiratory system

    (1d) [Pick any two] (i) Meat
    (ii) Wool (fur)
    (iii) Pelt/skin

    (1e) [Pick any three] (i) Festive period
    (ii) inadequate transportation
    (iii) Low demand for the product.
    (iv) Health condition of consumers
    (v) Health or condition of the product.
    (vi) Taste and preference of consumer
    (vii) close substitute to the meat of rabbit.

    (1f)[TABULATE] PICK ANY THREE.

    EXTENSIVE SYSTEM
    (i) Goats are allowed to roam about freely
    (ii) Goats are less expensive to manage.
    (iii) It makes goats to be prone to predators or hazards.
    (iv) goats are not placed under close observation

    INTENSIVE SYSTEM
    (i) Animals are kept indoor
    (ii) it’s expensive in managing goats
    (iii) it does not expose goats to predators or hazards.
    (iv) Goats are placed under close observation.

    (1g)
    (i) Concentrate feed
    (ii) Roughages feed
    (iii) Supplementary feed

    (1h) (i) Gestation period : 150 days
    (ii) Oestrus cycle : 21
    [8/2, 9:15 AM] Naijahero: 2a)
    (i) Bahama grass
    (ii) Stylo

    (2b)
    (i)Cynodon dactylon
    (ii) Stylosanthes guianensis

    (2c) [PICK ANY TWO] (i) overgrazing would expose the soil to erosion
    (ii) it will lead to reduction in productivity
    (iii) it will lead to trampling
    (iv) It reduces the usefulness and effectiveness of the legumes.

    (2d) [PICK ANY TWO] (i) it helps in improving productivity
    (ii) it help in preventing exposure of the soil to erosion
    (iii) it helps in ensuring the availability of the legumes.
    (iv) It prevents spread of diseases among grazing animals.

    (2e)
    (i) hay
    (ii) Straw
    (iii) Silage

    (2f)
    (i) cattle
    (ii) Goat
    (iii) sheep

    (2g)
    (i) carbonaceous hay
    (ii) forage legumes
    (iii) legume hay

    (2h) [PICK ANY THREE] (i) To improve palatability of feed in animals.
    (ii) To in promote available of legumes mixture
    (iii) To promote and make balanced ration possible
    (iv) To improve the nutrition condition of animals.
    [8/2, 10:17 AM] Naijahero: 3a)
    Specimen E – Liverfluke
    Specimen F – Udder stylo

    (3b)
    (i) Cow
    (ii) Sheep

    (3c)
    Fascioliasis

    (3d)
    (i) Liver inflammation
    (ii) Hemorrhage

    (3e)
    It reduces the spread

    (3f)
    (i) Hand picking
    (ii) Spray with insecticides
    (iii) Biological control

    (3g)
    (i) I

    (3h)
    (i) Bovine warts
    (ii) Pseudo cowpox

    (3i)
    Disease I
    (i) Proper feeding
    (ii) Vaccination

    Disease II
    (i) Sanitation
    (ii) Regular vaccination

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*