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*Animal Husbandry & Dairy Science*

1 What is the mean of ration? *It is allowance feed given to animal for a period of 24 hours.* ✅

2 Roughages are the feed stuff which contains more than of crude fiber and less than of TDN.? *18% , 60%*✅

3 What should be the maximum concentration of crude fiber in poultry ration? *6 to 8%*✅

4 What should be the temperature of water present in an artificial vagina while collecting the semen? *45°C*✅

5 Dairy cow with “Very Good” grade scores points in judging score card ? *85-90*✅

6 Colostrum is given to:? *New born calves only*✅

7 Berseem contains __ of crude protein? *17-19%*

8 Back crossing means? *Mating of crossbred female to one of its pure breed parent*✅

9 Onion is which kind of crop? *Long day plant*✅

10 Scab or wart like lesions on featherless part of body such as comb and wattles is symptom of which of the following disease? *Fowl pox*✅

11 Nutrients which are required by plants in small quantity are referred as? *Micro nutrients*✅

12. 2 kg bran plus 1kg jaggary or molasses moistened with lukewarm water is given to? *Freshly calved cow or buffalo*✅

13 Milk secreting hormone oxytocin is secreted from? *Posterior pituitary gland*✅

14 Milk produced by which of the following method is more hygienic? *Machine milking*✅

15 Which is the oldest method for poultry keeping? *Free Range system*✅

16 Which is the best crop for hay making? *Green oat*✅

17 Which acid is used in the Gerber fat testing method? *Sulphuric acid*✅

18 Which part of ruminant stomach contains 100 folds from inside called as laminae? *Omasum*✅

19 Which of the following is not a productive roughage? *Green maize*✅

20 Which is not the part of male reproductive system? *Fallopian tubes*✅


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