Lg Animal Exam 1

  1. A Toggle can be used to treat
    Displaced abomasum
  2. Periodic ophthalmia
    Moon blindness
  3. The wolf tooth is the layman's term for
    PM1 - pre-molar 1
  4. Hooves should be trimmed every _______ in horses.
    6-8 weeks
  5. The central and collateral sulcus are part of the
  6. Influenza is transmitted by
    nasal secretions
  7. Periodic ophthalmia is most common in
    Appaloosa horses
  8. Filing or rasping of equine teeth is known as
  9. Species that has a dental pad
  10. Influenza commonly causes ________ disease.
  11. Species that has a long narrow oral cavity, making examination of back of the mouth very difficult.
  12. this species has metacarpals II and V facing backward as "dewclaws"
  13. thick fibrous band that runs from the back of the skull to the highest point in the withers
    Nuchal Ligament
  14. the trapezius muscle is located in the ______ region.
    Neck (neck/shoulder)
  15. Choke occurs when
    eating dry feed too rapidly
  16. deadly for this species to vomit
  17. the jejuneum is located immediately
    posterior to the duodenum
  18. the junction between the glandular and nonglandular portion of the stomach
  19. drug used for pain management of colic
  20. TGE is caused by a
  21. has a lobulated kidney
  22. circulation to the digestive system involves
    celiac and cranial mesenteric arteries
  23. Atrophic rhinitis is primarily caused by
  24. true statement reguarding strangles
    barn is voluntarily quarantined
  25. the function of the large intestine in monogastric species is
    water and vitamin resorption
  26. the centripetal colon in the porcine moves in this direction
  27. all are involved with obstructive colic
    hernia, lipoma, displacement
  28. what are typical signs of colic in horses
    • horse down and rolling
    • quiet gut sounds
    • normal capillary refill time

    NOT ^ in temp
  29. why is choke more of an emergency in a cow than in a horse?
    gas production of rumen
  30. where do nails and heavy objects lodge in a cow when swallowed?
  31. strangles is caused by
  32. this species has a metacarpal II and IV present as a "splint bone"
  33. muscle located in the rump area
  34. causative agent of "lumpy jaw" in cattle
    actinomyces bovis
  35. chronic wasting diseas of deer and elk
    Johne's Disease
  36. what two things kill sheep
    copper and parasites
  37. fat soluble vitamins
    D and K
  38. Water soluble vitamins
    B and C
  39. Energy production
  40. esophageal groove goes from the rumen to the _____
  41. traumatic reticuperitonitis can be diagnosed by the _______ test.
  42. cetrifugal turns of the colon are highly segmented into a "string of pearls" in this species
    small ruminant
  43. has a honeycomb appearance
  44. divided by "pillars" into sacs
  45. make up forestomach of bovine
    omasum, reticulum, rumen
  46. ruminant version of gastric dilation volvulus in the canine
    displaced abomasum
  47. part of bovine stomach that is similar to monogastric stomach
  48. at what age are pigs given supplemental iron, either orally or by injection?
    3 days
  49. lambs must receive colostrum within
    the 1st hour
  50. concentrates include ______ while forages include ______.
    grains and high-starch compunds; grass hays and legumes.
  51. white muscle disease is caused by
    low serum selenium levels
  52. "creep feed" is
    feed placed on one side of a barrier so only the young have access to it.
  53. in general, a profitable cow-calf producer will produce a live calf for every ____ cow(s) per year.
  54. which livestock feed is a significant source of calcium?
    alfafa hay
  55. macrominerals
    salt, potassium
  56. microminerals
    zinc, selenium
  57. fiber-forages
  58. Sugars
  59. starches
    grains, stored carbohydrates
  60. gross energy
    total energy potentially available in a feed consumed by an animal
  61. digestible energy
    energy that was digested or absorbed
  62. metabolizable energy
    used to account for energy losses and is a step-beyond DE or TDN
  63. net energy
    actual portion of energy available to the animal for use in maintaining body tisses
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Lg Animal Exam 1
Lg Animal Final Exam (Exam 1)