Waec Animal Husbandry Practical 2022 Specimen

Waec Animal Husbandry Practical 2022: The WAEC Animal Husbandry Practical Specimen 2022 is available for May/June 2022. WAEC Animal Husbandry specimen (100%legit) authenticated Free (Expo) to the West African Examinations Council.

WAEC Animal Husbandry specimen For you to achieve a high WAEC results for Animal Husbandry as well as repeated questions at no cost in this article.

 You’ll also learn the manner in which WAEC Animal Husbandry practical questions are designed and the best way to respond. This is the West African Examinations Council is an examination body established under law to set the standards for examinations that are required for the public good in english-speaking West African countries, to administer the tests and issue certificates that are comparable to those issued by equivalent examination authorities worldwide.

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Please note this: WAEC 2022 Animal Husbandry practical specimen as well as any other WAEC Expo is offered by us free of charge. We are aware that many of websites require the money of students to offer WAEC Expo Animal Husbandry practical specimen answers to their questions. WAEC exam questions as well as answers will be available at no cost. The same will be provided during Other Exam like NECO.

Animal Husbandry (Alternative B) 3 (Practical) – 09:30am – 11:00am


Animal Husbandry (Alternative B) 3 (Practical) – 09:30am – 11:00am


PLEASE NOTE: THE ANSWERS ON RED COLOR ARE ANSWERS FROM OUR CENTER, WHILE THOSE IN NORMAL BLACK TEXT IS FOR THOSE WHO CAN’T WAIT FOR FOR MY TYPINGS…

Also, try and make your work a luttle bit different if you can.

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CENTER SOLUTION

(4ai)
(i) Drinking water
(ii) Water contained in food
(iii) Metabolic water produced by oxidation of organic nutrients
(iv) Irrigation

(4aii)
(i) Waste elimination
(ii) It plays an essential role in every aspect of metabolism
(iii) Food digestion
(iv) It is critical to the regulation of the birds body temperature

(4b)
(i) Tying legs to a post or tree trunk
(ii) Tying all legs together
(iii) Slipping a rope around the snout of pigs
(iv) Tying specimen K round the neck of the animal to a post

(4c)
(i) Grazing
(ii) Restriction of movement of livestocks
(iii) Conveyance of farm animals from one place to another
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(4a)
(i) Free drinking water
(ii) Water contained in food
(iii) Metabolic water produced by oxidation of organic nutrients
(iv) Irrigation

(4aii)
(i) Waste elimination
(ii) It plays an essential role in every aspect of metabolism
(iii) Food digestion
(iv) It is critical to the regulation of the birds body temperature

(4b)
(i) Tying legs to a post or tree trunk
(ii) Tying all legs together
(iii) Slipping a rope around the snout of pigs
(iv) Tying specimen K round the neck of the animal to a post

(4c)
(i)Grazing
(ii)To prevent movement of livestocks
(iii) Washing of their body


CENTER SOLUTION

(3a)
G – Mineral salt
H – Carbohydrate
I – Protein

(3bi)
(pick Two)
(i) It increases the quality of the animal skin
(ii) It increases fertility level
(iii) It prevent deficiency diseases

(3bii)
[PICK TWO]
(i) Excessive intakes of sodium chloride are toxic to poultry
(ii) It increases feed consumption that results in faster growth and improved muscle
(iii) Salt can help optimize performance in meat and egg production

(3c)
(i) Millet
(ii) Sorghum
(iii) Wheat grains
(iv) Rice bran
(v) Barley chaff

(3d)
(i) It will go stale
(ii) It will grow mucor

(iii) It will become maggot infested

(3a)
G – Mineral
H – Carbohydrate
J – Vitamin

(3bi)
(i) It supply them with mineral
(ii) It keeps livestock healthy

(3bii)
(i) It causes oedema
(ii) It causes ascites

(3c)
(i) Sorghum
(ii) Pearl millet
(iii) Barley
(iv) Wheat
(v) Rice grain

(3d)
(i) It causes contamination
(ii) It reduces in quality
(iii) Aflatoxin content of it increases


CENTER SOLUTION

(2ai)
Specimen C can be used to replace butterfat in milk replacers for feeding young animals to substitute their mother’s milk.

(2aii)
Fats and oil

(2b)
Specimen D:
(i) Bone meal
(ii) Organic manure

Specimen E:
(i) Bone Bracelet
(ii) Musical instrument

Specimen F:
(i) Masks
(ii) Feather fans

(2ci)
(i) Dehorning
(ii) Disbudding
(iii) Reduction of quantity of foods that contains calcium

(2cii)
(i) To reduce the risk of injury and bruising to herd mates.
(ii) To prevent financial losses from trimming damaged carcasses caused by horned feedlot cattle during transport to slaughter.
(iii) It require less space at the feed bunk and in transit.

(iv) It decreases risk of injury to farm workers

(2a)
(i) It is used to replace butter fat in milk replacers for feeding young animals
(ii) Vitamin

(2bi)
SPECIMEN D:
(i) Protein
(ii) Keratin

SPECIMEN E:
(i) Garden tools
(ii) Combs

SPECIMEN F:
(i) Feather fans
(ii) Flowers

(2bii)
(i) It causes oedema
(ii) It causes ascites

(2ci)
(i) Sorghum
(ii) Millet
(iii) Wheat
(iv) Rice grain
(v) Barley


CENTER SOLUTION

(1ai)
A – Centrosema pubescens
B – Panicum maximum

(1aii)
(Pick Any FOUR)
(i) It ensures balanced ration/variety/nutrients
(ii) The mixture forms a dense cover thereby protecting the soil from erosion
(iii) The legumes improve the nitrogen status of the soil/nitrogen fixation
(iv) The dense cover smoothers weed
(v) It improves acceptability of forage
(vi) It reduces the risk of bloat

(1b)
(Pick Any FOUR)
(i) Reseeding
(ii) Irrigation
(iii) Fertilizer application
(iv) Pest/disease control
(v) Weed control
(vi) Rational grazing

(1c)
(PICK ANY TWO)
(i) Groundnut
(ii) Beans
(iii) Soybeans

(1d)
(i) Fresh form: The specimen B are used to feed the livestock directly in the field when they are still greenish in nature
(ii) Dry form: Specimen B is stored and dried under high temperature which can be used to feed livestock during dry season
(iii) Fermented form: Specimen B is stored and kept in a moist environment to ferment before use, to feed the livestock.

 


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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY PRACTICAL SPECIMEN
Specimen A – Fresh centrosema plant
Specimen B – Guinea grass (fresh)
Specimen C – Palm oil (labelled)
Specimen D – Hoof
Specimen E – Horn
Specimen F – Feather
Specimen G – Common salt (labelled)
Specimen H – Maize grains
Specimen I – Powdered milk
Specimen J: Groundnut cake
Specimen K – Water (labelled)
Specimen L – Restraining rope.

 

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