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ANS 313 Exam 4a . 2010 Name: Angela Pashaian Lab group code: B5 80 points. 2 pts /question. Complete ANGEL test for all questions. Due Nov 12 at 8 AM (you will lose points for being late) Multiple choice. Choose one best answer per question. 1. How could you keep a growing lamb from picking and choosing feeds and thus balancing its own diet. a. feed it individually ad libitum b. mix hay with grain before feeding it c. feed the diet as a single complete pellet d. all of these would help 2. You are in charge of the big cats at the zoo. Four adult lions are in one group. They get very little exercise. How could you decrease the risk that one of them will eat more than its share of the food and get fat? a. feed a high fat diet ad libitum b. feed extra meat 2 out of 3 days and only bones on the 3 rd day c. feed a low protein high starch diet d. all of these would help 3. You have a group of ewes that are nearly ready to lamb. You notice that some of them are not eating well, seem unresponsive and incoordinated, and just kind of stare off into space with glazed eyes. You have nothing available to test them with, but you have several things available. Which of the following would almost certainly help them out? 4. You are the veterinarian for a large beef feedlot. The feedyard ran out of rumensin and switched them to a new feed mix with more ground corn at the same time. You notice some of the cattle look really full and are not eating—just standing around looking uncomfortable. Which of the following would be most likely to help them out? 5. You are the veterinarian for a large dairy farm. The dry cows that were within 2 weeks of calving were recently switched to a new hay source. At about 1-2 days after calving, several of the cows seem to go down and then have trouble getting up. You check the hay analysis and see that it was very high in potassium. Which of the following would be most likely to help out these downer cows? 6. Small, concentrate-selecting herbivores kept in zoos are often fed pelleted foods. ADF-16 pellets contain alfalfa meal, wheat midds, corn grain, soybean meal, molasses, oil and minerals and vitamins. These pellets are appropriate either as the only food, or in combination with forages or enrichment foods for (chapter 30): a. young elephants b. giraffe c. small antelope d. giant tortoises
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