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Class 6 Science Animal Feeding Questions and Answers
In this session, we are going to solve science questions in animal feeding.
Which one of the following statements is NOT TRUE about rotational grazing? A. Animals use pasture properly. B. Pasture has time to grow again. C. Soil erosion is increased. D. Parasites are easily controlled.
Which one of the following is an advantage of zero-grazing? A. It requires less skill to manage. B. There is less feed wastage. C. It is cheap to start. D. It requires less labour.
Which one of the following fodder crops is rich in proteins? A. Kales. B. Lucerne. C. Napier grass. D. Maize.
Which one of the following livestock feeds is a concentrate? A. Saltlick B. Lucerne. C. Silage. D. Hay
A pupil gave the following reasons as to why dairy cattle are given commercial feeds. (i) To increase milk production. (ii) Given only to cattle under zero grazing. (iii) To supplement other feeds (iv) Only when fodder crops and pasture are not available. Which two reasons are CORRECT? A.(i) and (iii) B.(ii) and (iv). C.(i) and (iv) D.(ii) and (iii).
Which one of the following is NOT a rotational method of grazing? A. Paddocking. B. Herding. C. Tethering. D. Strip.
Which one of the following is NOT an essential constituent of commercial animal feeds? A. Water. B. Vitamins. C. Proteins. D. Carbohydrates.
Which one of the following is the main constituent of a balanced diet obtained by animals when they feed on Lucerne? A. Carbohydrates. B. Protein. C. Vitamins. D. Minerals.
Which one of the following is NOT an example of rotational grazing? A. Strip. B. Paddocking. C. Tethering. D. Herding.
Which one of the following is NOT TRUE about commercial feeds for animals? A. They are given mainly for protection against diseases. B. Some are given as the only feed. C. They are given mainly to increase production. D. Some are given together with other feeds
Which one of the following animal feeds provide a diet of proteins and carbohydrates? A. Clover and Lucerne. B. Sunflower seeds and barley grains. C. Sunflower seeds and maize grains. D. Lucerne and maize grain.
A farmer practicing stall feeding is likely to feed animals on A. Pasture and fodder. B. Pasture and concentrates C. Fodder and concentrates D. Concentrates only.
The method of grazing that would require the largest piece of land to practise is A. Herding B. Stall feeding C. Tethering D. Paddocking.
Standard five pupils observed a goat tied on a post to graze in the field. This method of grazing is classified as A. Rotational grazing B. Zero grazing C. Strip grazing D. Paddocking
The chart below shows a simple classification of animal feeds. The feeds labelled P,Q and R can be best represented by
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