Study specimen P (Wood shavings),Q(Egg tray) and R (Spade) and answer the questions that follow.
(a)(i) State two uses of each of specimen P and R on animal farm.
(ii) State three uses of specimen Q.
(b) Name three other tools that could be used in a poultry farm.
(c) State two precautions that should v=be taken when using specimen P.
(d) mention three ways of amaintaining specimen R.
Study specimens V (Livestock bone), W (Poultry crop) and X (Rumen) and answer the questions that follow.
(a)(i) Describe how specimen V could processed into bone meal.
(ii) Name two nutrients supplied by bone meal in animal feed.
(b) Name two farm animals from which each of specimens W and X could be obtained.
(c) State two functions of each of specimens W and X in farm animals.
(a) Stat three ways in which specimen A (Tapeworm) is of economic importance.
(b) State four ways of controlling specimen A
(c) List three nutrients contained in specimen B (Fish meal)
(d) Name two ectoparasites that could infest the farm animal from which specimen C (Hide of cattle) was obtained.
(e) Mention three uses of specimen C
(a) Mention three nutrients that could be found in specimen G.
(b) List three ways of preserving specimen G.
(c) State two functions of specimen H in farm animals.
(d) Describe two features of specimen H which enables it to perform the functions stated in 2(c) above.
(e) Name three farm animals which possess specimen H.
(a) State three disadvantages of using specimen J (Hurricane Lantern) in a poultry house.
(b) Mention two precautions that should be taken using specimen J.
(c) State three uses of specimen K (Snail).
(d) Mention three feedstuffs that could be used in feeding specimen K.
(e) Enumerate four uses of specimen L (knife) on an animal farm.