NECO 2019 Animal Husbandry Practical Answer Now Available


SPECIMEN A=heart of a cattle

SPECIMEN B =Fresh animals blood

SPECIMEN C =gizzard

SPECIMEN D =elephants grass


SPECIMEN F = Palm kernel cake

SPECIMEN G = goat skin

SPECIMEN H = meat (beef from cattle)

SPECIMEN I = Feathers

G – Goat skin
H – Beef
I – Feathers

(i) Regular brushing of goats
(ii) Clipping them when the weather is warmer.
(iii) Rotate pastures used for grazing every 3-6 months.
(iv) Avoid resistance problems by not using the same products year after year.

Staphylococcus aureus

(i) Drying
(ii) Smoking

(i) Unpleasant odour
(ii) Change in color

(i) Chicken Anaemia Virus Infection
(ii) Fowl Cholera

Specimen G:
(i) Boer goat
(ii) Saanen

Specimen H:
(i) Angus
(ii) Simmental

Specimen I:
(i) Sussex

A- Heart of a cattle
B- Fresh animal blood
C- Gizzard

(Choose any two)
(i)Left atria
(ii)Left ventricle
(iii)Right atria
(iv)Right ventricle

Pericardial membrane (Pericardium)

(i) pulmonony arteries
(ii) pulmonony veins

(i)liquid (plasma)
(ii)solid (red blood cell)

(i)transport digested food materials
(ii)maintain water level in the body
(iii)maintain body temperature

Grinding of food


(i)deep litter system
(ii) battery cage system

D- Elephant grass
E- Calopo
F- Palm kernel cake

Specimen D
(i)tall leafy grass
(ii)drought resistant

Specimen E
(i)broad leaf

Nutrient balance

Specimen D
(i) drying as hay
(ii) drying aa silage


(i)retarded growth

(i)fish meal
(ii)ground seed cake
(iii)soya beans cake

(i)cotton seed cake
(ii)blood meal
(iii)sunflower seed cake
(iv)coconut meal cake

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