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

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

 

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

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NECO Animal Husbandry Theory and Objective Answers (100%legit) Animal Husbandry Essay verified Free  (Expo) for National Examination Council. NECO Animal Husbandry Questions For you to have good NECO result in  Animal Husbandry as well as repeated questions for free in this post. You will also understand how NECO Animal Husbandry 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.

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  1. [8/3, 8:39 AM] Naijahero: 4a) The detection of heat in female animal on which artificial insemination is to be performed.

    (b) [CHOOSE ANY FOUR] (i) it is time consuming
    (ii) it is difficult to easily detect heat period in female animals
    (iii) it is expensive to carry out
    (iv) Complication during the process can lead to death of animal and thus incurring a loss for the farmer.
    (v) it requires technical know-how or high level of expertise.

    (c)
    (i) The size and shape of the horn
    (ii) The size and shape of the body
    (iii) The colour of the skin
    (iv) The body structure
    (v) The visible defect e. g dwarfism.

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    (5a)

    (i) Regular vaccination application on farm animals
    (ii) Regular and proper sanitation.
    (iii) Regular use of flea spray and powder
    (iv) Regular deworming

    (b)
    (I) Tuberculosis

    (II) Mycobacterium tuberculosis

    (III) {CHOOSE ANY TWO}
    ~(i) Anthrax
    ~(ii) Brucellosis
    ~(iii) Hendra virus
    ~(iv) Hydatid disease
    ~(v) Sparganosis
    ~(vi) Tetanus
    ~(vii) Toxoplasmosis

    (IV) {CHOOSE ANY TWO}
    (i) The breeder should ensure he puts on protective wears when working on the farm
    (ii) The breeder should ensure that he sees to the health of the animals.
    (iii) The breeder must see that he gets vaccinated against zoonotic diseases when required.
    (iv) The breeder must ensure that he maintain a good personal hygiene.

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    [8/3, 8:39 AM] Naijahero: 2022 NECO ANIMAL HUSBANDRY THEORY ANSWERS

    (1a)
    {CHOOSE ONE EACH}

    (1ai)
    Functions of Relaxin

    (i) it relaxes the ligaments in the pelvis and softens and widens the cervix.
    (ii) Relaxin widens the pubic bone and facilitates labor

    (1aii)
    Function of Oxytocin

    (i) it stimulate uterine contractions in labor and childbirth
    (ii) stimulate contractions of breast tissue to aid in lactation after childbirth.

    (1aiii)
    Function of Luteinizing hormones

    (i) it helps control the menstrual cycle.
    (ii) It triggers the release of an egg from the ovary.

    (1aiv)
    Functions of progesterone

    (i) It prohibits the muscle contractions in the uterus
    (ii) it assists in preparing the body for conception and regulating the monthly menstrual cycle.

    (1b)
    Pulmonary circulation is movement of blood between the heart and the lungs while Systemic circulation is the movement of blood between the heart and the rest of the body.

    (1c)
    (i) Mammal e.g Goat, sheep, dog
    (ii) Non Mammal e.g fowl, turkey

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    (2a)
    (i) Wether—–> Sheep/goat
    (ii) Barrow—> Boar
    (iii) Capon—–> Chicken/fowl
    (iv) Steer—–> Cattle

    (2b)
    {CHOOSE ANY THREE}
    (i) sheep with poor leg structure
    (ii) Sheep with poor body condition
    (iii) Sheep that did not respond to treatment
    (iv) Ewe that has depreciated in production.
    (v) Sheep prone to high rate of diseases.
    (vi) Sheep that reflects rational deficiency when feed well.

    (2c)
    {CHOOSE ANY THREE}
    (i) He should increase the nutrient of the production ration.
    (ii) He should ensure regular deworming
    (iii) He should ensure and maintain vaccination of the calves
    (iv) He can as well carry out dehorning.

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    (3a)

    (i) Harvesting the forage
    (ii) Wilting the forage
    (iii) Chopping the forage into short length before ensiling
    (iv) Adding fermentable substance and ensiling the forage.
    (v) Compacting the forage as tightly as possible

    (3b) {CHOOSE ANY FIVE}
    (i) Soybeans ( Glycine Soja)
    (ii) Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea)
    (iii) Peas (Pisum sativum)
    (iv) Chickpeas (Cicer Arietinum)
    (v) Peanuts (Arachis hypogaea)
    (vi) Horse gram (Dolichos biflorus)

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